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A simple command-line tool for reading the output of all jobs

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Tailpipe

A simple, command-line tool for reading Gitlab pipeline job output in the console. Just run tailpipe when your working directory is within a Git repository and the tool will determine your remote repository details, the current commit, and what pipeline jobs are currently running in Gitlab for that commit.

Setup

You will need to create a ~/.python-gitlab.cfg file with a format like this:

[global]
default = main
ssl_verify = true
timeout = 5

[main]
url = <GITLAB_URL>
private_token = <PRIVATE_TOKEN>
api_version = 4

Replace <GITLAB_URL> with your Gitlab URL. Replace <PRIVATE_TOKEN> with a Gitlab private token created with API access. Follow the instructions here

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