Continuously release git repos into github-style directories
Continuously release from git repos into a github-style directory structure.
Due to a limitation of juliangruber/pushover, pushing multiple tags at once doesn't work
var Contre = require'contre';var http = require'http';var contre = Contrefrom : __dirname + '/repos'to : __dirname + '/static';httpcreateServercontrehandlelisten3000;
Now push some repo with a file
$ git push master$ git push --tags...$ ls repostest.git$ tree staticstatic/└── test├── master│ └── foo.txt└── 0.0.1└── foo.txt
$ npm install contre
from: Directory that contains all repos
to: Directory in which the repos will be laid out in a github-style directory structure
Returns an EventEmitter that emits a
release-event whenever it is pushed to.
Returns a new request handler to be passed to
http.createServer() that does
all the stuff.
Used internally by
Contre#handle(). Use this if you need to do more on each
tag comes directly from
pushover or is an object with keys
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