Buildpal - docker native continuous integration server
This project is currently in experimental stage. We are trying to experiment with the new Java Platform Module System (JPMS) and Vert.x to design and develop a modern, responsive, resilient and message driven continuous integration (CI) system. Git and Perforce are the two currently supported source control systems.
Buildpal runs on docker and co-ordinates builds by spinning additional containers. Make sure you have a version of docker that supports creation of named data volumes (version 1.13 or higher).
Assuming you have docker installed, run the following command for a quick start:
docker volume create buildpal-data && \ docker run -d --name buildpal -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock -v buildpal-data:/buildpal/data -p 8080:8080 -p 55555:55555 buildpal/buildpal
The initial admin password gets printed to the console. Look at the log by running the following command:
docker logs buildpal
Creating a pipeline
- For the default installation, you can access the app at http://localhost:8080
- Login using your admin credentials. User name is "admin" (without the quotes)
- Navigate to the repositories tab to define your repository
- Once you create a repository, navigate to the pipelines tab
For setup and usage refer to our user guide.
Builpal platform is developed on top of vert.x using JDK 9 and Java Platform Module System.
To start contributing, do the following:
- Install the latest version of JDK 9.
- Use git to clone the source code from https://github.com/buildpal/buildpal-platform.git
- Buildal uses gradle. You can compile the code by running the gradle wrapper "gradlew.[sh|bat] clean build"