gosh - a tiny hook server
gosh exists to run shell scripts on demand within a fairly small set
- The shell scripts must be known ahead of time.
- No two scripts may run concurrently.
- Any script will be started at least once after any given trigger.
gosh runs scripts that are pre-defined in a scripts
directory. This directory is specified by the final argument to
Assuming that directory has a script called
foo, you can invoke this
with the following example command:
This will queue an execution and return an HTTP
202. This is pretty
much the only status that will ever be returned.
If you request a path that doesn't match a file, you'll get a
If the task is already running, another run will be queued.
If the task is already running and queued, nothing will happen (a new run will start after the current request anyway).