A Python API for accessing resources on a Go continuous-delivery server.
About this library
Go is a continuous delivery system - http://www.go.cd/
The goal of this python library is to be an easy interface for the Go server.
This project was inspirated in the jenkinsapi library - https://github.com/salimfadhley/jenkinsapi
This library can help you:
- to list Go Agents
- to enable/disable/delete a Go Agent
- to see a job run history of an Go Agent
- to list Go Pipelines Groups and their Pipelines
- to schedule/release lock/pause/unpause a Go Pipeline
- to create and delete Go Pipelines from a XML config or delete Go Pipelines
- to create and delete Go Pipelines Groups
- to cancel a Go Stage run or see it’s history
The project have been tested and working on 2.7
Currently compatible with Go version 14.3.0-1186. No know bugs at the moment.
Run the command:
pip install gocdapi
Instaling from the source
You can clone the repository and install:
git clone https://github.com/joaogbcravo/gocdapi.git python setup.py install
gocdAPI is intended to map the objects in Go (e.g. Pipeline Groups, Pipelines, Agents) into easily managed Python objects:
>>> from gocdapi.go import Go >>> go_server = Go("http://localhost:8153/") >>> >>> for uuid, agent in go_server.agents: ... print uuid, " - ", agent ... a8b7c2b4-3986-476a-a797-abb3a065587e - Agent @ http://localhost:8153/ >>> >>> agent = go_server.agents["a8b7c2b4-3986-476a-a797-abb3a065587e"] >>> agent.enable() >>> print agent.status Idle >>> >>> agent.disable() >>> print agent.status Disabled >>> >>> for name, pipeline_group in go_server.pipeline_groups: ... print name, " - ", pipeline_group ... Development - Pipeline @ http://localhost:8153/ >>> >>> pipeline_group = go_server.pipeline_groups["Development"] >>> for name, pipeline in pipeline_group: ... print name, " - ", pipeline ... Web_Services_QA - Pipeline @ http://localhost:8153/ Deploy_Web_Services - Pipeline @ http://localhost:8153/ >>>
After the installation of the test dependencies on your system, run the command:
python setup.py nosetests
Nose need a Go Server and Agent to run, so when you execute nosetests it will start a new Go Server and Agent, and it will shutdown them after all the test run. If you haven’t the executable in the gocdapi_tests/systests folder it will download them. This process can be slow, so you can start by yourself a Go Server and Agent and run nosetests in the following way:
python nosetests -s --nologcapture --tc=static_instances:true
To make a source code analysis, you can run pep8 and pylint:
pep8 --ignore=E501 gocdapi/*.py pylint --rcfile=pylintrc gocdapi/*.py
- Joao Cravo (email@example.com)
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