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codeship-restart-lambda

1.0.5 • Public • Published

codeship-restart-lambda

Restart the last build of a Codeship project using Lambda - 1.0.0 now only works with Codeship API version 2 - use version 0.1.0 for version 1

Installation:

  • Run npm install
  • Run npm run setup, this creates a number of config files
  • Edit .env to contain your AWS settings like credentials, AWS region etc
  • Edit .deploy.env to contain:
    • CODESHIP_API_KEY - required, your Codeship API v1 key
    • CODESHIP_USERNAME - required, your Codeship user's username
    • CODESHIP_PASSWORD - required, your Codeship user's password
    • CODESHIP_ORG_NAME - required, your Codeship organisation name -- either this and/or CODESHIP_ORG_UUID are required
    • CODESHIP_ORG_UUID - required, your Codeship organisation uuid -- either this and/or CODESHIP_ORG_NAME are required
    • CODESHIP_REPOSITORY_NAME - required, your Codeship's project repository name
    • CODESHIP_BRANCH_NAME - optional, a branch name to filter - defaults to master - you can also set this to '*' to restart the last build of every branch
    • CODESHIP_TESTING - optional, when true aborts the application before telling Codeship to restart the build thereby saving on build counts
    • CODESHIP_INCLUDE_TAGS - optional, when true and CODESHIP_BRANCH_NAME is set to * it will include all tags, which build as separate branches in Codeship, otherwise it ignores them
  • Run npm run package to build and pack a zip to upload to Lambda
  • Upload the zip to Lambda
  • Set the environmental variables again in Lambda

TODO:

  • Currently npm run deploy isn't working. It seems to be but then the function never shows up in Lambda - get this working so I don't have to upload anything

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