This is a wrapper for the CircleCI API. Currently we use it to fetch the latest build for a branch, and wait for tests to finish on that branch. This fork exists because I left Shyp and wanted to keep developing the tool.
$ circle The circle binary interacts with a server that runs your tests. Usage: circle command [arguments] The commands are: cancel Cancel the current build. enable Enable CircleCI tests for this project. open Open the latest branch build in a browser. rebuild Rebuild a given test branch. version Print the current version wait Wait for tests to finish on a branch. download-artifacts Download all artifacts. Use "circle help [command]" for more information about a command.
circle wait will print live statistics about how long each of
your build steps are taking in each container. If the build fails,
will download the console output from the failed build step, and display it in
wait also displays statistics about how long each step of your
$ circle wait Waiting for latest build on my-branch to complete Build on my-branch succeeded! Step 0 ===================================================== Spin up Environment 1.07s Checkout code 730ms Restoring Cache 250ms make race-test 16.76s Saving Cache 80ms Tests on my-branch took 21s. Quitting.
This library will look for your Circle API token in
~/cfg/circleci and (if
that does not exist, in
~/.circlerc). The configuration file should look like
[organizations] [organizations.kevinburke] token = "aabbccddeeff00"
You can specify any organization name you want.
Find your target operating system (darwin, windows, linux) and desired bin directory, and modify the command below as appropriate:
curl --silent --location --output /usr/local/bin/circle https://github.com/kevinburke/go-circle/releases/download/0.33/circle-linux-amd64 && chmod 755 /usr/local/bin/circle
The latest version is 0.33.
If you have a Go development environment, you can also install via source code:
go get -u github.com/kevinburke/go-circle/...
This should place a
circle binary in
$GOPATH/bin, so for me,