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    Brigadier: The JS library for Brigade

    Brigadier is the events and jobs library for Brigade.

    This is the core of the Brigadier library, but the Kubernetes runtime is part of Brigade itself. To run a brigade.js file in Kubernetes, it will need to be executed within Brigade.

    What is it good for?

    This library is useful for:

    • testing brigade.js files
    • extending Brigade's worker
    • supporting code completion in tooling
    • implementing alternative Brigade backends

    Because there is no JobRunner implementation, executing job.run() is a no-op unless you override the appropriate methods on the Job class.

    Installation

    NPM

    Install with Yarn, NPM, etc.:

    $ yarn add @brigadecore/brigadier

    While this library is fairly stable, it is considered best to match the version of this library to the version of Brigade that you are using.

    Usage

    The API is the same here as in Brigade's API:

    const {events, Job} = require("@brigadecore/brigadier");
    
    events.on("push", (e, p) => {
        console.log("Got a push event");
        const j = new Job("example", "alpine:3.7");
        j.run().then((res) => {
            console.log(`result: ${ res.toString() } `)
        });
    });

    To learn more, visit the official scripting guide.

    Contributing

    This Brigade project accepts contributions via GitHub pull requests. This document outlines the process to help get your contribution accepted.

    Signed commits

    A DCO sign-off is required for contributions to repos in the brigadecore org. See the documentation in Brigade's Contributing guide for how this is done.

    Install

    npm i brigadiertest

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    0.5.0

    License

    MIT

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