@octopusdeploy/gulp-octo

A Gulp wrapper for octopack library to push projects to Octopus Deploy


License
Apache-2.0
Install
npm install @octopusdeploy/gulp-octo@0.0.12

Documentation

gulp-octo

A Gulp wrapper for octopack library to push projects to Octopus Deploy

Install

Install with npm

npm install --save-dev @octopusdeploy/gulp-octo

API

octo.pack(type, options)

type

Optional parameter to define the package type. Valid values are targz, tar or zip. If not provided this defaults to targz.

options.id

Defines the Id component of the created package. By default it will extract the name out of package.json if present.

options.version

Defines the version component of the created package. By default it will extract the version out of package.json if present.

octo.push(options)

options.host

Required property that points to the Octopus Server instance the package should be pushed to. Note that this is not the full path of the package upload url, but just the root url of the server instance. The approprate path will be appended within in the push module.

options.replace

Flag to force overwrite of existing package if one already exists with the same ID and version.

options.apiKey

Key linked to account with BuiltInFeedPush permissions. If options.replace is set to true and a package with the same ID and version already exists then the BuiltInFeedAdminister permission is required.

Usage Examples

Simple Pack

In this example, the default options are used to create a package and save to the bin directory.

var gulp = require('gulp');
var octopack = require('@octopusdeploy/gulp-octo').pack;

// Simple package into bin directory
gulp.task('pack', function() {
    gulp.src(['**/*', '!src/**/*', '!bin/**/*','!./gulpfile.js'])
        .pipe(octopack())
		.pipe(gulp.dest('./bin'));
});

Simple Push

In this example, the default options are used to push a package that is generated from some other process. This example provide the minimum configuration options required to perform the push.

var gulp = require('gulp');
var octopush = require('@octopusdeploy/gulp-octo').push;

// Simple publish with existing package
gulp.task('publish', function() {
    gulp.src('./bin/myproject.1.1.0.tar')
        .pipe(octopush({host: 'http://octopus-server/', apiKey: 'API-XXXXXXXXX'}));
});

Pack & Push

In this example, the project files are first packaged up into a .tar.gz file which is then piped directly to the push module.

var octo = require('@octopusdeploy/gulp-octo');

gulp.task('publish', function() {
	return gulp.src(['**/*', '!src/**/*', '!./gulpfile.js'])
			.pipe(octo.pack('tar.gz'))
			.pipe(octo.push({host: 'http://octopus-server/', apiKey: 'API-XXXXXXXXX'}));
});

Tests

npm test

License

(MIT License)

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