Simple server to listen for GitHub repo hooks.
A picture is worth a thousand words:
This is just a boilerplate for implementing a GitHub Service Hooks server based on Klein and Twisted.
Implement your on “run.py” and start it like:
twistd -n web --class=run.resource
It will parse incoming hooks and return an ‘Event’ containing hook name, event name and JSON payload.
Configure GitHub Hooks using:
HOOK-NAME is just a random string to track the source of the hook or implement multiple hooks on the same server.
It also include a simple web tool to register hooks or check hook status. Login using GitHub credentials:
The JS gui will work fine from localhost, since GitHub API accept all localhost origins. To allow the JS gui to connect to GitHub from a public server, you will need to register the server address as on GitHub OAuth application.
Get virtual environment and install dependencies:
Run the tests:
Run the server:
- Add ssl security check instead of IP filter.
- Add proper pagination for GitHub API… not it just request 1000 entries.
- Add configuration and checking of secret
This project is standing on the shoulders of giants:
- Twisted Matrix
- AngujarJS-UI Bootstrap
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