moojs

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LoopBack is a highly framed and flexible HTTP/Restful framework for Node.js platform. So Moojs is a series of modules to compute the latest backwards version for a Github-based repository.

Moojs supports the following components:

  • a command-line tool: moo to get started with how moojs works for your LoopBack apps.
  • a service app to integrate with your Github repository's webhooks.

Requirements

  • To run the service and CLI, we recommend using io.js 2.5.0
  • To enable to use moojs service on your public/private repository, you need:
    • moojs is based on git's refs/tags, so you have to use tags and semantic version as tag name.
    • moojs needs the ability to comment, label and push status for your repository, so you have to set the environment variable GITHUB_ACCESS_TOKEN when you start the service.
    • Moojs needs a field backwards in your package.json.

Installation

$ npm install moojs -g

Deployment on Heroku

Because of builtin Procfile in this project, so you could easily by connecting one fork of this project to deploy Moojs on Heroku.

Of course you could deploy on your own machine, the startup script is:

$ npm start

Webhooks Setup

You have to setup webhook mannually for now, the steps are below shown:

  • click settings on the right bar of your repository.
  • click Webhooks & services.
  • click Add webhook.
  • type your deployed moojs like https://your-moojs-server/hook/github/push at "Payload Url" input.
  • make sure "Content type" should be "application/json".
  • jump to "Which events would you like to trigger this webhook?".
  • select the last one, then you will get a list of events.
  • check the "Pull Request" box only
  • click the green button "Add webhook" to submit.
  • working

How does Moojs work?

When you successfully deployed moojs and added webhook to your repository, you would see the following 2 things in your PRs:

  • if the current backwards value is not equal to the computed value, the service would comment on this discussion with some descriptive text to tell the condition.
  • if the current backwards value is not equal to the computed value, the service would add the compatible label under this issue/pr. Otherwise, once any commit get this backwards be equal to the expected value, the compatible label would also be removed.

License

MPL-2.0 Licensed

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