A simple-stupid self-hosted continuous integration service.
Kevin is a self-hostable CI daemon to build pull requests inside temporary containers.
It was mainly developed for openage, but you can use it for any project!
Kevin can create doc files, bundle software, run tests, make screenshots, end world hunger, calculate the last digits of pi: all in a custom container.
- Your running
kevindaemon is notified by a github webhook.
- It spawns a temporary VM for the job.
- The repo is cloned and the build/test steps in
- Progress can be viewed live via website, github,
curlor websocket API.
- Results are instantly reported to github.
Makefile-like control file (
- Directly specify command dependencies of your build
- Report the step results and timing back to github
Live-view of build console output
- See what the machine builds in real-time
- Store and download resulting files (e.g. releases)
GitHub pull requests
- A build is triggered for each new and updated pull request
- When you push to a currently-in-build branch, the previous build is canceled
- Let your project generate files and folders
- They're saved to the static web folder
- Use it to generate documentation, releases, ...
- Jobs are built in temporary throwaway VMs
- Easily change and update the base images
- Kevin: Receives triggers and launches the builds
- Falk: Provides temporary containers to Kevin
- Chantal: Run inside the container to execute the Job
- Mandy: Webinterface to view live-results
You have to set up 3 things: Kevin, Falk and Chantal. Optionally, serve the Mandy webinterface with any static webserver.
- More actions: Email, Matrix, IRC, ...
- More hosting services:
- Support for more container types
- Kevinception: Test Kevin with Kevin
If you have questions, suggestions, encounter any problem, please join our Matrix or IRC channel and ask!
#sfttech:matrix.org irc.freenode.net #sfttech