Run command on GitHub and BitBucket POST request hooks
Run command on GitHub and BitBucket POST request hooks.
You can install hooked in a virtualenv (with virtualenvwrapper and pip):
$ mkvirtualenv hooked (hooked) $ pip install hooked
Or if you want to contribute some patches to hooked:
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:bbinet/hooked.git $ cd hooked/ $ mkvirtualenv hooked (hooked) $ python setup.py develop
Create a configuration file that looks like:
$ cat path/to/config.cfg [server] host = 0.0.0.0 port = 8080 server = cherrypy debug = true [hook-myrepo] repository = myrepo branch = master command = /path/to/script.sh [hook-all] #repository = # will match all repository #branch = # will match all branches command = /path/to/other/script.sh
Note that the [server] section is optional, the defaults are:
[server] host = localhost port = 8888 server = wsgiref debug = false
Run the hooked server by running the following command:
(hooked) $ hooked path/to/config.cfg
Then visit http://localhost:8888/, it should return the current configuration for this hooked server. If this works, you are ready to configure GitHub and BitBucket POST request web hooks to your hooked server listening address, for example: http://localhost:8888/.
You can also manually run hooks though GET requests:
- requesting the /hooks/<repo>/<branch> url will run all hooks that match repository=<repo> and branch=<branch>
- requesting the /hook/<hook> url will run the hook which name is <hook>
To make a new release, do the following steps:
$ vi setup.py # bump version $ git add setup.py $ git commit -m "bump version to X.X.X" $ git tag vX.X.X $ git push --tags $ python setup.py sdist upload
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