Generate a random password for verifying HTTP requests from GitHub to your WebHook endpoint:
openssl rand -hex 20 > /path/to/hook_secret
Decide the GitHub repository named for the demo:
ORG=mumoshu # Replace with your org name!
|$ HELM_HOME=$HOME/Library/helm make install|
|+ go vet ./pkg/...|
|go: warning: "./pkg/..." matched no packages|
|no packages to vet|
|+ go vet ./cmd/...|
I'm doing GitOps(https://www.weave.works/blog/gitops-operations-by-pull-request). Personally I've been using brigade and atlantis for their respective sweet-spots.
However, all the existing solutions had required me to maintain machines to host them. Something that works in long term without my hand is always appreciated.
I'd like it a lot if Codefresh added "Slack" or more generically "Webhook" as pipeline triggers.
|tf.nn.seq2seq = tf.contrib.legacy_seq2seq|
|tf.nn.rnn_cell = tf.contrib.rnn|
|tf.nn.rnn_cell.GRUCell = tf.contrib.rnn.GRUCell|
|tf.nn.rnn = tf.contrib.rnn.static_rnn|
|tf.sub = tf.subtract|
|print("TensorFlow's version : 1.0 (or more)")|