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telegram-bot-deploy is a simple script that perform continuous deployment for a Telegram bot.

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telegram-bot-deploy

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telegram-bot-deploy is simple and easy-to-use script that perform continuous deployment for the Telegram bots.

Installation

You can install telegram-bot-deploy from PyPi:

pip install telegram-bot-deploy

or from GitHub:

pip install https://github.com/ciotto/telegram-bot-deploy/archive/master.zip

How to use

You can use telegram-bot-deploy with the command tbd -u git@github.com:your/repo.git.

There are many configurable parameters. You can see all configuration using command tbd -h.

Is also possible to use environments variables or a .env file in order to set basic configuration.

The available variables are:

  • REPO_URL: The URL of the repo to be used

  • REPO_PATH: The local path of the repo

  • BRANCH: The branch used for deploy

  • SSH_KEY: The SSH key to be used to authenticate to the repo

  • CHAT_ID: The chat ID used for bot communication

  • BOT_TOKEN: The bot token used for bot communication

  • MSG_CREATE_VIRTUALENV_FAIL: Message that will be send when create virtualenv fail

  • MSG_INSTALL_REQUIREMENTS_FAIL: Message that will be send when install requirements fail

  • MSG_RUN_TESTS_FAIL: Message that will be send when run tests fail

  • MSG_COVERAGE_FAIL: Message that will be send when get coverage fail

  • MSG_COVERAGE_LOW: Message that will be send when coverage is too low

  • MSG_RESTART_FAIL: Message that will be send when bot restart fail

  • MSG_NEW_VERSION: Message that will be send when new version was deployed

  • PID_FILE_PATH: The path to the PID file

  • PYTHON_EXECUTABLE: The Python executable

  • VIRTUALENV_PATH: The path to the Python virtualenv

  • CREATE_VIRTUALENV: The command used in order to create the Python virtualenv

  • REQUIREMENTS_PATH: The path to the requirements file

  • INSTALL_REQUIREMENTS: The command used in order to install the requirements

  • RUN_TESTS: The command used in order to run the tests

  • MIN_COVERAGE: The minimal coverage required in order to deploy

  • GET_COVERAGE_PERCENTAGE: The command used in order to get the coverage percentage value

  • RUN_BOT: The command used in order to run the bot

  • LOGGING_FORMAT: The format for Python logging

  • LOGGING_LEVEL: The level for Python logging

  • LOGGING_FILENAME: The filename for Python logging

How to contribute

This is not a big library but if you want to contribute is very easy!

  1. clone the repository git clone https://github.com/ciotto/telegram-bot-deploy.git
  2. install all requirements make init
  3. do your fixes or add new awesome features (with tests)
  4. run the tests make test
  5. commit in new branch and make a pull request

You chan use telegram-bot-deploy development version with the command python -m bot_ci.


License

Released under MIT License.

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