gitlab-ci-validate

0.5.0 • Public • Published

gitlab-ci-validate

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Checks if your .gitlab-ci.yml file is valid.

Thanks to @FGRibreau for the post about validating .gitlab-ci.yml files!

Install:

yarn global add gitlab-ci-validate
npm i -g gitlab-ci-validate

Usage:

# It will try to find if .gitlab-ci.yml is present on the current folder if no file path is provided
$ gitlab-ci-validate <file-path>

# You can specify your own gitlab host if you need
$ gitlab-ci-validate <file-path> --host https://my-gitlab-url

# You can provide a private token if you need
$ gitlab-ci-validate <file-path> --private-token <my-gitlab-token>

Options

gitlab-ci-validate validate --help

  Description
    Manage set of tracked repositories

  Usage
    $ gitlab-ci-validate validate [file] [options]

  Options
    -H, --host             Change the gitlab host (default to https://gitlab.com)
    -P, --private-token    Authenticate to gitlab api using a private token
    -p, --project-id       Toggle individual project scoped execution, specify the project id context
    -w, --error-warn       Toggle warnings as an error condition
    -h, --help             Displays this message

License

MIT © Léo Pradel

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