Simple webhook server, built on node.
NOTE: In early-stage development.
$ npm install -g jim
$ npm install -g jim $ jim install ./jim $ cd jim
Add a webhook with a shell command
$ jim add deploy-project -c "echo 'Prepare to die, Peter Pan!'"
... or from an existing script
$ jim add deploy-project ~/project/deploy.sh
Run the hook directly
$ jim run deploy-project
Start the webserver
$ jim server -p 8080 &
Trigger the hook remotely with env vars
curl -X POST http://localhost:8080/hooks/deploy-project?branch=staging # hook script is run with `JIM_BRANCH=staging`
(The MIT License)
Copyright (c) 2012 Evan Owen <email@example.com>
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