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DocPad Continuous Deployment
# 2016 January 23
# https://docpad.org/docs/deploy
# We use node
machine:
node:
version: "4"
dependencies:
cache_directories:
- "node_modules"
# Deployment
machine:
pre:
- git config --global user.email "$DEPLOY_NAME"
- git config --global user.name "$DEPLOY_EMAIL"
deployment:
production:
commands:
- >
if ([ "$CIRCLE_PROJECT_USERNAME/$CIRCLE_PROJECT_REPONAME" == "$DEPLOY_OWNER/$DEPLOY_REPO" ] &&
[ "$CIRCLE_BRANCH" == "$DEPLOY_BRANCH" ] &&
[ -z "$CI_PULL_REQUEST" ]); then
echo "Deploying...";
npm run-script deploy;
echo "Deloyed";
else
echo "Skipped deploy";
fi
# Custom Configuration
machine:
environment:
DEPLOY_OWNER: "docpad" # this is the repository owner's username that you want tested and deployed, set correctly
DEPLOY_REPO: "website" # this is the repository name that you want tested and deployed, set correctly
DEPLOY_BRANCH: "master" # this is the branch name that you want tested and deployed, set correctly
DEPLOY_NAME: "Travis CI Deployer" # this is the name that is used for the deployment commit, set to whatever
DEPLOY_EMAIL: "deployer@travis-ci.org" # this is the email that is used for the deployment commit, set to whatever you like
# 2016 January 23
# https://docpad.org/docs/deploy
# Use the latest travis infrastructure
sudo: false
# We use node
language: node_js
node_js:
- 4
cache:
directories:
- node_modules
# Prepare and run our tests
script: "npm test"
# Deployment
after_success: >
if ([ ! -z "$DEPLOY_TOKEN" ] &&
[ "$TRAVIS_BRANCH" == "$DEPLOY_BRANCH" ] &&
[ -z "$TRAVIS_TAG" ] &&
[ "$TRAVIS_PULL_REQUEST" == "false" ]); then
echo "Deploying";
git config --global user.email "$DEPLOY_EMAIL";
git config --global user.name "$DEPLOY_NAME";
git remote rm origin;
git remote add origin "https://$DEPLOY_USER:$DEPLOY_TOKEN@github.com/$TRAVIS_REPO_SLUG.git";
npm run-script deploy;
echo "Deployed";
else
echo "Skipped deploy"
fi
# Custom Configuration
# travis encrypt --org "DEPLOY_USER=$GITHUB_USERNAME" --add env.global
# travis encrypt --org "DEPLOY_TOKEN=$GITHUB_TRAVIS_TOKEN" --add env.global
env:
global:
- DEPLOY_BRANCH="master" # this is the branch name that you want tested and deployed, set correctly
- DEPLOY_NAME="Travis CI Deployer" # this is the name that is used for the deployment commit, set to whatever
- DEPLOY_EMAIL="deployer@travis-ci.org" # this is the email that is used for the deployment commit, set to whatever
# 2016 January 23
# https://docpad.org/docs/deploy
# Use the latest travis infrastructure
sudo: false
# We use node
language: ruby
rvm:
- "2.2"
# Deployment
# This should be easier, but https://github.com/travis-ci/travis.rb/issues/315 is a thing
# Doesn't use --debug on `travis login` as that will output our github token
install: gem install travis --no-rdoc --no-ri
script: >
if [ ! -z $GITHUB_TRAVIS_TOKEN ]; then
echo "Deploying...";
travis login --skip-completion-check --org --github-token "$GITHUB_TRAVIS_TOKEN";
export TRAVIS_ACCESS_TOKEN=`cat ~/.travis/config.yml | grep access_token | sed 's/ *access_token: *//'`;
travis restart --debug --skip-completion-check --org -r "$DEPLOY_REPO_SLUG" -t "$TRAVIS_ACCESS_TOKEN";
echo "Deployed";
else
echo "Skipped deploy";
fi
# Custom Configuration
# travis encrypt --org "GITHUB_TRAVIS_TOKEN=$GITHUB_TRAVIS_TOKEN" --add env.global
env:
global:
- DEPLOY_REPO_SLUG="docpad/website" # this is the repo owner and repo name that you want tested and deployed, set correctly
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