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Not able to run Bamboo spec written in Kotlin?

Managed to write some plan specs in Java and everything worked fine. Tried to do the same with Kotlin but the bamboo-specs-runner isn't able to detect the annotations? Something i'm missing?

 

@BambooSpec
class SpitfireServiceDomainPlanSpec : AbstractPlanSpec() {
public override fun createPlan(): Plan {
 
@com.atlassian.bamboo.specs.api.BambooSpec public final class SpitfireServiceDomainPlanSpec public constructor() : se.lantmateriet.teamtroll.plans.AbstractPlanSpec {
public companion object {
@kotlin.jvm.JvmStatic public final fun main(args: kotlin.Array<kotlin.String>): kotlin.Unit { /* compiled code */ }
}

private final fun buildTasks(): kotlin.Array<com.atlassian.bamboo.specs.api.builders.task.Task<*, *>> { /* compiled code */ }

public open fun createPlan(): com.atlassian.bamboo.specs.api.builders.plan.Plan { /* compiled code */ }
}

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Bamboo is looking for public static main(String[]) method of class with @BambooSpecs annotation.

Does your Kotlin class have this method?

New to Kotlin but i think:

public companion object {
@kotlin.jvm.JvmStatic public final fun main(args: kotlin.Array<kotlin.String>): kotlin.Unit { /* compiled code */ }
}

in the *.class should be the same? But maybe i need to do something special with Kotlin?

I'm new to Kotlin as well. If you can share source code/jar file with your code I can check how maven plugin which scan it works

Pushed it to github: https://github.com/anderserikpersson/bamboo-specs-kotlin

Removed some sensitive information. Let me know if something is missing.

My debug session confirmed that problem is related to luck of .class files at target folder. Maven mojo which processes Bamboo Specs expects them, but they're not generated by Maven Kotlin plugin

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