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travis-config-server

0.3.1 • Public • Published

travis-config-server
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A simple web service to ease the building of .travis.yml configs

Setup

In order to utilize travis-config-server, you need to install some prerequisites on the server you'll have it running. travis-config-server needs to be able to run the command-line travis utility to encrypt sensitive data into the generated .travis.yml.

Installing travis CLI

The Travis CLI can be installed by following the directions here: https://github.com/travis-ci/travis.rb#installation

Configuring travis-config-server

We can't encrypt what we don't know, so you have to create a config file (.tcs.json) which holds the secrets you want travis-config-server to encrypt into .travis.yml for you when it's generated. The file looks something like this:

{
  "travis": {
    // the personal access token for the github user that will be
    // used for doing automated version bumps (must have write permissons on the repo)
    "rwToken": "<long-ugly-hash-1>"
  },
  "npm": {
    // the API token for the npm user to do deploy into npmjs.com
    "apiToken": "<long-ugly-hash-2>"
  },
  "slack": {
    // The slack integration token (with the team name in front)
    "token": "<team>:<slack-token>"
  }
}

Fill in the info above and store that file somewhere you can point at later, maybe ~/.tcs.json

Usage

Using the service is done in two ways.

  1. Starting up the server somewhere
  2. Hitting the server to get your .travis.yml file.

Launching the server

Install the server

npm install -g travis-config-server

Navigate somewhere you don't mind temporary directories being created when people request .travis.yml files on the server you want to host your travis-config-server instance.

mkdir -p ~/travis-config-server
cd ~/travis-config-server

Start up the server (telling it where the .tcs.json is stored)

TCS_CONFIG_PATH=~/.tcs.json DEBUG=server travis-config-server

Once you're confident it's working and you have the right info in your .tcs.json file, you can launch the server so it won't stop when you log out:

TCS_CONFIG_PATH=~/.tcs.json nohup travis-config-server &

Requesting a .travis.yml file

Downloading a .travis.yml file from this service is very simple. Let's say your server is running at https://my-domain.com. To request a .travis.yml for the foo-bar repository in the baz-bob org, issue the following command:

curl -O https://my-domain.com:3333/baz-bob/foo-bar/.travis.yml

You now have a .travis.yml file with all the encrypted goodies you need. Here's the current baseline it's using:

language: node_js
sudo: false
node_js:
- '5.3'
branches:
  except:
  - /^v[0-9\.]+/
before_install:
- npm install -g coveralls pr-bumper
- pr-bumper check
install:
- npm install
- bower install
after_success:
- sed -i -- 's/SF:${module}\/\(.*\)/SF:addon\/\1.js/' coverage/lcov.info && rm -f coverage/lcov.info--
- cat coverage/lcov.info | coveralls
addons:
  apt:
    sources:
    - ubuntu-toolchain-r-test
    packages:
    - g++-4.8
env:
  matrix:
  - CXX=g++-4.8
  global:
before_deploy:
- pr-bumper bump
deploy:
  provider: npm
  email: npm.ciena@gmail.com
  skip_cleanup: true
  api_key:
  on:
    branch: master
    tags: false
after_deploy:
- .travis/publish-gh-pages.sh
notifications:
  slack:

The following commands are then run against the .travis.yml before it's returned in the web service reponse:

travis login --github-token $GITHUB_TOKEN
travis encrypt GITHUB_TOKEN=$GITHUB_TOKEN --add -r $SLUG
travis encrypt $NPM_API_TOKEN --add deploy.api_key -r $SLUG
travis encrypt "$SLACK_TOKEN" --add notifications.slack -r $SLUG

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