Designing a pipeline for Salesforce?

There's a sample on using Travis with Salesforce on Github. I'd like to recreate and extend that pipeline. The plan:

  • The Salesforce CLI is a NodeJS application that talks to Salesforce. It would need to be installed (?) each run or kept in an image
  • Code quality reports are based on PMD which is a Java command line application (can be run from Maven or Ant too)
  • Some reports use an XSLT transformation using Saxon (a Jar usable from the command line)
  • What would be a good setup for this? Create an image with the tools preinstalled? Install on each run?

What would you do?



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