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Travis for PowerShell

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Module to interact with the Travis API from PowerShell.

Installation

Install-Module PSTravis

Included

  • Get-TravisUser
  • Get-TravisRepository
  • Get-TravisCruiseControlFeedUrl
  • Enable-TravisRepository
  • Add-TravisEnvironmentVariable
  • Get-TravisEnvironmentVariable
  • Update-TravisEnvironmentVariable
  • Remove-TravisEnvironmentVariable
  • Sync-TravisRepositories
  • Start-TravisRepositorySync
  • Wait-TravisRepositorySync

Missing something? PRs welcome!

Authentication

To access private repositories and make changes, provide an API token. This token can be provided to all PSGitHub functions as a SecureString through the -Token parameter. You can set a default token to be used by changing $PSDefaultParameterValues in your profile.ps1:

On Windows

$PSDefaultParameterValues['*Travis*:Token'] = 'YOUR_ENCRYPTED_TOKEN' | ConvertTo-SecureString

To get the value for YOUR_ENCRYPTED_TOKEN, run Read-Host -AsSecureString | ConvertFrom-SecureString once and paste in your token.

On macOS/Linux

macOS and Linux do not have access to the Windows Data Protection API, so they cannot use ConvertFrom-SecureString to generate an encrypted plaintext version of the token without a custom encryption key.

If you are not concerned about storing the token in plain text in the profile.ps1, you can set it like this:

$PSDefaultParameterValues['*Travis*:Token'] = 'YOUR_PLAINTEXT_TOKEN' | ConvertTo-SecureString -AsPlainText -Force

Alternatively, you could store the token in a password manager or the Keychain, then retrieve it in your profile and set it the same way.

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