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auto-deploy-image

The Auto-DevOps deploy stage image.

Development

Scripts in this repository follow GitLab's shell scripting guide and enforces shellcheck and shfmt.

Contributing and Code of Conduct

Please see CONTRIBUTING.md

Upgrading

v0.1.0

Starting from GitLab 12.2, the Jobs/Deploy.gitlab-ci.yml template will use the Docker image generated from this project. Changes from previous version of Jobs/Deploy.gitlab-ci.yml include:

  • Switch from using sh to bash.
  • install_dependencies is removed as it is now part of the Docker image.
  • All the other commands should be prepended with auto-deploy. For example, check_kube_domain now becomes auto-deploy check_kube_domain.

Generating a new auto-deploy image

To generate a new image you must follow the git commit guidelines below, this will trigger a semantic version bump which will then cause a new pipeline that will build and tag the new image

Git Commit Guidelines

This project uses Semantic Versioning. We use commit messages to automatically determine the version bumps, so they should adhere to the conventions of Conventional Commits (v1.0.0-beta.2).

TL;DR

  • Commit messages starting with fix: trigger a patch version bump
  • Commit messages starting with feat: trigger a minor version bump
  • Commit messages starting with BREAKING CHANGE: trigger a major version bump.

Automatic versioning

Each push to master triggers a semantic-release CI job that determines and pushes a new version tag (if any) based on the last version tagged and the new commits pushed. Notice that this means that if a Merge Request contains, for example, several feat: commits, only one minor version bump will occur on merge. If your Merge Request includes several commits you may prefer to ignore the prefix on each individual commit and instead add an empty commit summarizing your changes like so:

git commit --allow-empty -m '[BREAKING CHANGE|feat|fix]: <changelog summary message>'

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