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Travis-Telegram notification script
#!/bin/sh
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# Note: you must have set up your Travis CI environment variables for this
# project to include both TELEGRAM_TOKEN and TELEGRAM_CHAT_ID
# For more details, see the Telegram documentation at:
# - https://core.telegram.org/bots/api
# and the blog posts at:
# - https://ansonvandoren.com/posts/telegram-notification-on-deploy/
# - https://ansonvandoren.com/posts/travis-telegram-integration/
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# Get the token from Travis environment vars and build the bot URL:
BOT_URL="https://api.telegram.org/bot${TELEGRAM_TOKEN}/sendMessage"
# Set formatting for the message. Can be either "Markdown" or "HTML"
PARSE_MODE="Markdown"
# Use built-in Travis variables to check if all previous steps passed:
if [ $TRAVIS_TEST_RESULT -ne 0 ]; then
build_status="failed"
else
build_status="succeeded"
fi
# Define send message function. parse_mode can be changed to
# HTML, depending on how you want to format your message:
send_msg () {
curl -s -X POST ${BOT_URL} -d chat_id=$TELEGRAM_CHAT_ID \
-d text="$1" -d parse_mode=${PARSE_MODE}
}
# Send message to the bot with some pertinent details about the job
# Note that for Markdown, you need to escape any backtick (inline-code)
# characters, since they're reserved in bash
send_msg "
-------------------------------------
Travis build *${build_status}!*
\`Repository: ${TRAVIS_REPO_SLUG}\`
\`Branch: ${TRAVIS_BRANCH}\`
*Commit Msg:*
${TRAVIS_COMMIT_MESSAGE}
[Job Log here](${TRAVIS_JOB_WEB_URL})
--------------------------------------
"
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