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Using DangerJS with GitLab/BitBucket #396
Can't use it for GitLab today.
However, I built Danger JS with the same abstractions used in Danger Ruby, which does. Though, I'd wait till #395 lands before starting though, it's a massive PR.
So the general TODO:
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Oct 23, 2017
@jchv Nice that you want to give it a shot. Maybe some useful information I figured out:
Yeah, luckily I have some of the background in mind already. I think working backwards to get the MR is fine; GitLab will probably eventually add CI events for MRs, at which point we can do this properly. Until then, there was a hack that someone mentioned in a Danger Ruby thread that filled the gap using build triggers such that Danger didn't have to be modified; that way, end users can at least make sure MRs always get hit until the CI itself supports MR events.