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Gitea/Buildkite Connector

OpenFaaS functions that connect Gitea and Bulidkite to trigger builds and report build statuses back

Getting started

Create Secrets

First you'll need to create the secrets that that once deployed the functions can start to work

  • Buildkite API Key

Go to Bulidkite Settings and create an API key that has write_builds REST scope

faas secret create buildkite-token --from-literal "BUILDKITE_API_KEY"

  • Buildkite Webhook Secret

This is a shared secret that'll verify data sent to function. You can choose what to make this string, just make sure to make it secure

faas secret create buildkite-secret --from-literal "BUILDKITE_WEBHOOK_SECRET"

  • Gitea API Key

Go to Gitea user application settings https://gitea.example.com/user/settings/applications and create an API token

faas secret create gitea-token --from-literal "GITEA_API_KEY"

  • Gitea Webhook Secret

This is a shared secret that'll verify data sent to function. You can choose what to make this string, just make sure to make it secure

faas secret create gitea-secret --from-literal "GITEA_WEBHOOK_SECRET"

  • Gitea API Base

This is the URL to the Gitea install so that API calls know where to call

faas secret create gitea-api-base --from-literal "https://gitea.example.com"

Deploy your function

Just like any OpenFaaS function, just deploy the function using faas deploy -f stack.yml

Setup Webhooks

Now that secrets have been made, you'll need to create webhooks in both Gitea and Buildkite

Create Buildkite Webhook

First go to the "Notification Services" page of your Org settings, create a "Webhook" with all of the "Build" events checked, and select the specific pipeline that is connected to your repo.

Add two querystring params to your function URL org_slug=username_or_org_slug_from_gitea and repo=repo_slug_from_gitea, and then use that as URL for webhook. It'll end up looking something like: https://openfaas.example.com/function/buildkitehook?org_slug=repo_slug_from_gitea&repo=repo_slug_from_gitea

Finally, add the secret you created above as the webhook token.

Now that the Buildkite webhook has been created, the status of your builds will be reported back to Gitea.

Create Buildkite Webhook

Go to the webhook settings section of repo settings and create a new "Gitea" webhook. Only select "Push Events" to trigger on.

Just like with the buildkite webhook, you'll need to add several querystring params to the function URL. secret=GITEA_WEBHOOK_SECRET, org_slug=buildkite_org_slug, and pipeline=buildkite_pipeline_slug, so it'll end up looking like https://openfaas.example.com/function/giteahook?secret=GITEA_WEBHOOK_SECRET&org_slug=buildkite_org_slug&pipeline=buildkite_pipeline_slug

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