current_docker

OCurrent Docker plugin

Install

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Maintainers
License
Apache-2.0
Sources
  • current-v0.5.tbz
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Dependencies
Reverse dependencies

README.md

OCurrent allows you to specify a workflow / pipeline for keeping things up-to-date.

For example, the pipeline shown above fetches the head of a GitHub repository's
master branch, builds it, runs the tests, and deploys the binary if the tests
pass. When a new commit is pushed, it runs the pipeline again.

Another use might be to keep the GitHub build status of each PR in your Git
repository showing the result of fetching, building and testing the PR's head
commit. If the head commit changes, the result must be recalculated.

An OCurrent pipeline is written using an OCaml eDSL. When OCurrent evaluates it,
it records the inputs used (e.g. the current set of open PRs and the head of each
one), monitors them, and automatically recalculates when an input changes.

Larger uses of OCurrent include the
OCaml Docker base image builder and
ocaml-ci, which is the CI that tests this repository itself.

Documentation

The OCurrent wiki contains user documentation and examples.
In particular, you might like to start by reading about the
example pipelines or how to write your own plugins.

For technical docs, see the API Documentation.

Licensing

OCurrent is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0.
See LICENSE for the full license text.