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Configure Circle CI to deploy Trellis
- name: Run npm install
command: npm install
connection: local
args:
chdir: "{{ project.local_path }}/web/app"
tags: skip-using-ci
- name: Rebuild Node Sass
command: npm rebuild node-sass
connection: local
args:
chdir: "{{ project.local_path }}/web/app"
tags: skip-using-ci
- name: Run gulp
command: npm run production
connection: local
args:
chdir: "{{ project.local_path }}/web/app"
tags: skip-using-ci
- name: Copy project local files
synchronize:
src: "{{ project.local_path }}/web/app/themes"
dest: "{{ deploy_helper.new_release_path }}/web/app/themes"
group: no
owner: no
rsync_opts: --chmod=Du=rwx,--chmod=Dg=rx,--chmod=Do=rx,--chmod=Fu=rw,--chmod=Fg=r,--chmod=Fo=r
# Set the folder under which commands will be executed
general:
build_dir: site
# Configure the machine
machine:
timezone:
Europe/London
node:
version: 6.0.0
python:
version: 2.7.10
dependencies:
pre:
# Allow ansible playbooks to be run
- pip install ansible
# Turn an environment variable into a vault file that ansible can read
- cd ../trellis && echo "${ANSIBLE_VAULT_PASSWORD}" > .vault_pass
# This _should_ be inferred by Circle CI as we specify a node version but for some reason, it never ran for me. This tells it explicitly to run.
override:
- npm install
test:
# Again, this _should_ be inferred by Circle CI but wasn't.
override:
- npm run test
# Deployment Scenarios
deployment:
staging:
branch: staging
commands:
# This is just an ansible playbook command with some options to specify where the host file is located and that we want to skip tasks with the tag `skip-using-ci`
- cd ../trellis && ansible-playbook deploy.yml -e "site=example.com env=staging" -i hosts/staging --skip-tags "skip-using-ci" -vvv
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partounian commented Aug 11, 2017

What kind of tests do you have written and what do you gain from CI in this case?

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