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An authentication plugin for use with gitlab-ci, utilising the build in registry token authentication scheme

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An authentication plugin for use with gitlab-ci, utilising the built in registry token authentication scheme.

Installation

Simply install the module onto the same server/python as your devpi-server installation pip install devpi-auth-gitlab

You will need to specify your gitlab registry server. This url can be found in the ‘Registry’ page of your gitlab project on a line like docker login registry.gitlab.com

Add this server address to the devpi-server arguments when you run it. devpi-server --host 0.0.0.0 --port 3141 --gitlab-registry-url registry.gitlab.com

Make sure any gitlab user you want as well as the “gitlab-ci-token” user is added to your devpi index’s authentication list devpi index -c corona/prod volatile=False acl_upload="corona,gitlab-ci-token" bases="root/pypi" mirror_whitelist="*"

Usage

Usage from a Gitlab CI script is as simple as:

deploy:
  script:
    - pip install devpi-client
    - devpi use https://devpi.localnet
    - devpi login "gitlab-ci-token" --password="$CI_BUILD_TOKEN"
    - devpi use "corona/prod"
    - devpi upload --formats sdist,bdist_wheel

Extra

This hasn’t been tested, but really this plugin is a docker registry authenticator…. as such you should be able to authenticate against any docker registry supporting v2 api

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