Visual Studio Code extension: Validate the content of your GitLab CI YAML file.
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gitlab-ci-validator README

Visual Studio Code extension: Validate the content of your GitLab CI YAML file.

Deprecated! GitLab now has its official extension called GitLab Workflow. It does much more than this extension ever planned to do.

This extension will remain available, but no longer receives any updates.

Features

Detect errors in a Gitlab CI YAML file before pushing it to the server.

The command Validate GitLab CI YAML will send your currently open .gitlab-ci.yal file for validation to the GitLab API. It will not only report YAML syntax errors but also content errors (For example: A missing name key for an environment).

Be aware: This will send the content of your GitLab CI YAML file to the public GitLab API. If your YAML file contains sensitive information, do not use this extension or set a custom GitLab instance URL in the extension settings.

Extension Settings

Setting Default Description
gitLabURL https://gitlab.com URL to the GitLab instance used for validation
ignoreCertificateErrors false Ignore TLS/SSL certificate errors when calling the GitLab API

Known Issues

None.

License

MIT licensed.

Release Notes

1.0.0

Initial release of gitlab-ci-validator.