A TravisCI inspired builder
Arcli is a lightweight cross-platform builder inspired by TravisCI. It can automate deploying aplications with a single command line, and is highly extensive.
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Arcli started as a hobby and quickly evolved into something incredibly useful that I implement in my daily life. With Arcli you can write code routines to be executed at the time of a deployment, as well as optional steps that can be triggered by certain conditions.
These instructions will get you a copy of the project up and running on your local machine for development and testing purposes.
You can install Arcli using pip
pip install arcli
or by downloading one of our pre-compiled binaries.
# Download wget https://github.com/guiscaranse/arcli/releases/latest/download/arcli-linux_arm64.tar.gz # Extract tar arcli-linux_arm64.tar.gz # Make executable chmod u+x arcli
Start using it or add it to your
Arcli will try to find and read an Arcli File (
arcli.yml) where it will parse and run it.
An Arcli file is an instruction file written in YAML. Arcli will interpret it, perform validations, and thus run the codes described.
Here it is a sample Arcli file (more samples on
arcli: 0.1 os: linux dependencies: - git env: - TEST=sampleenv runtime: - 'echo Hello World' - $step checkgit - 'echo Arcli End' step @checkgit: trigger: name: GitDiff args: ["arcli/*.py"] script: - 'echo Python Files Modified'
Arcli file definitions
|arcli||float||No||Refers to the version of Arcli that that file was made, it is possible to use Semantic Versioning for this field|
|os||str||Yes||Which operating system this file was made to run [
|dependencies||list||Yes||Which executables this file will need to use|
|env||list||Yes||List of environment variables that will be injected at runtime.|
|runtime||list||No||List of main commands to be executed by Arcli. You can reference steps using
Step and Triggers definitions
Steps are separate blocks of code that can be executed under certain circumstances when triggered by Triggers.
This is how a step look like:
step @checkgit: trigger: name: GitDiff args: ["arcli/*.py"] script: - 'echo Python Files Modified'
|step||str||No||It will be used to refer to the step in the runtime, you must name it after the @. Example:
|trigger||obj||Yes||Not all steps need to have a trigger, in the absence of a trigger it will always be executed. You can see the triggers available in
|script||list||Yes||Code to be executed if the step is valid (trigger is triggered or trigger is missing)|
This is how a trigger looks like:
trigger: name: GitDiff args: ["arcli/*.py"] options: autopull: true
|name||str||No||It will be used to identify the trigger, it must be the same as the class name|
|args||list||Yes||Arguments that can be passed at the time of executing the trigger|
|options||obj||Yes||Advanced options that can contain keys and values to be passed to the trigger|
Triggers documentation can be found in each respective trigger file.
Download the file for your platform. If you're not sure which to choose, learn more about installing packages.
|Filename, size||File type||Python version||Upload date||Hashes|
|Filename, size arcli-0.1.1-py3-none-any.whl (14.8 kB)||File type Wheel||Python version py3||Upload date||Hashes View hashes|
|Filename, size arcli-0.1.1.tar.gz (13.3 kB)||File type Source||Python version None||Upload date||Hashes View hashes|