git-cron

Sergio Cazzolato (cachio) Publisher
  • Sergio Cazzolato (cachio) Publisher

Install latest/edge of git-cron

Ubuntu 16.04 or later?

Make sure snap support is enabled in your Desktop store.


Install using the command line

sudo snap install git-cron --edge

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git-cron is only available on the unstable edge channel. It could break and change often.

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Basic support for launching git-cron jobs

This snap declares a simple daemon for checking the jobs defined in the defined project branches.

For each of the jobs, the checker/run script is executed, it looks for changes on external resources, extracting the relevant information according to the trigger file. In case a change in the external resource related to a particular branch is detected, then a commit is pushed to that branch, so that the travis execution is triggered.

The snap must be able to push to the defined repo, the credentials for doing so are passed to the snap via a configure hook

 $ snap set git-cron username=<username> password=<password>

The project information is sent to the snap via a configure hook

 $ snap set git-cron project-url=<project_url> project-name=<project_name> jobs-dir=<jobs_dir>

Details for git-cron

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Last updated
1 October 2021

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