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Upload to Nexus, Upload files to hooks, Modify version number, Sync to GitLab type repository, Extract command from Git commit message, Create SonarQube project

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Upload to Nexus, Upload files to hooks, Modify version number, Sync to GitLab type repository, Generate template files, Extract commands from Git commit messages, Create SonarQube projects


You can download and install the latest version of this software from the Python package index (PyPI) as follows::

pip install --upgrade artify


python -m artify --help=

python -m artify --command <command> [Options]


python -m artify -c <command> [Options]


command         nexus, syncrepo, deploy, deltav, create

Upload to Nexus

python -m artify -c nexus -f <format> -n <artifact_name> -h <nexus_repository_base_url>


Artifact name should include artifact id and version number. E.g example-ws-1.0.0.war


-f, format         Nexus upload format. Types supported: raw, npm, maven

Environment variables need

NEXUS_GROUP_ID           Group ID of the project e.g com.testing.testapplication NEXUS_USERNAME         Username of nexus user that will upload artifact NExUS_PASSWORD         Password of nexus user that will upload artifact

Deploy App using custom AWX host

python -m artify -c deploy -f <manifest_file.yml> -h <awx_host>

Environment variables need

DEPLOY_TOKEN         Token used to deploy application

Change Package version

Artify uses semantic version 2.0.

python -m artify -c deltav -t patch -a npm


-a, --archtype         npm, gradle, flutter, maven, dotnet

-t, --type                 major, minor, patch, prerelease

Optional Params For Prerelease version change --preValue Prerelease version value e.g SNAPHOT, RELEASE, BUILD, beta, alpa

Push changes to GitLab repository

Recommendation: You can create a feature branch, then perform your code changes before pushing changes to remote

python -m artify -c syncrepo -m <message> -b 


-c, --message         Commit message -b, --branch           Optional, by default, it will push to 'develop' branch

Environment variables need

PRIVATE_TOKEN, popularly known as personal access token is needed to perform the push. This can be created by following this guide: Creating a personal access token

N.B A commit is performed automatically followed by a push

Generate Template files

Generate template .gitlab-ci.yml file

python -m artify -c create -f gitlabci

Geneate template manifest.yml file

python -m artify -c create -f manifest

Params -f, --file         File template to generate

Supported files

  • .gitlab-ci.yml
  • manifest.yml

Extract commands from GIT message

python -m artify -c extract

N.B If manifest.yml file is present, it will update version number in that file also.


  • version/deltav - specifies type of version change e.g "version": "patch", "deltav": "patch", "version": "minor"

  • archtype - specifies project architecture e.g "archtype": "npm", "archtype": "gradle", "archtype": "flutter"

  • branch - speficies branch you want to push changes. If branch is not specified, it push changes to 'develop' branch by default

Sample commit messages

  1. Added login functionality {"version": "patch", "archtype": "npm", "branch": "release-1.0.0" } - Updates the patch version of npm type project, and push to branch called 'release-1.0.0' branch

  2. Added search functionality {"deltav": "major", "archtype": "gradle" } - Updates the major version of a java project with Gradle build tool

  3. Added edit functionality {"version": "minor", "a": "flutter" } - Updates the minor version of a flutter project

Initialize SonarQube project

python -m artify -c initialize -h <SonarQube_base_url> -u <username> -p <password> -a <arch_type/os> -l <language>

Sample command

python -m artify -c initialize -h <SonarQube_base_url> -u <username> -p <password> -l java -a gradle

python -m artify -c initialize -h <SonarQube_base_url> -u <username> -p <password> -l java -a maven

For Windows Runner, Other (JS, TS, Go, Python, PHP, ...)

python -m artify -c initialize -h <SonarQube_base_url> -u <username> -p <password> -l other -a windows

For Linux/macOS runner, Other (JS, TS, Go, Python, PHP, ...)

python -m artify -c initialize -h <SonarQube_base_url> -u <username> -p <password> -l other -a linux


-l, --language => Possible values: JS, TS, Go, Python, PHP, other)

-a, --archtype => Architecture, OS (depends on usage)

-n, --projectname => Project name.

-k, --projectkey => Project key. This should be a unique identifier for project.

-u, --username => Username for SonarQube.

-p, --password => Password for SonarQube. The user should be able to create projects.

N.B. The user should have the permission to create/modify projects.

python -m artify -c initialize -h <SonarQube_base_url> -u <username> -p <password> -a php

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