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A simple and small webserver to react to webhook-calls by running commands.For simplicity, webhook-urls and scripts are configured in a configfile.

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Webhook command runner

This module provides a simple method for automatically execution calling scripts when a webhook-call is received.

In the configuration file you define, which script will be called on wich request. e.g.:

listen_port: 8080

method: GET, POST
command: echo "Hello!"

method: GET, POST
command: wall "Hello!"

method: GET
command: sleep 5 && wall "Hello!"

method: GET
path: /data/scripts/webhook_script_execution
command: git pull

To start the webhook command runner simply install it with pip and call webhook-command-runner:

$ pip3 install webhook-command-runner
$ webhook-command-runner config.ini

The configuration has following sections:


In this section, the IP-Adress and Port configuration can be done.


In these sections, it is defined, wich script will be called: You can define:

  • method: Which HTTP-Method can be used to trigger the script-execution. Today, GETand POST are implemented.
  • path: Optionally, you can define a Filesystem-Path, where the script shall be executed.
  • command: The command to be executed.

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