Given a git SHA, waits for a corresponding Google Cloud Container Builder build to complete successfully.
- If a successful build exists, exits 0.
- If a running or queued build exists, polls until no running builds are found or the --poll-limit is reached. Exits 0 if any are successful, 1 on failure.
- If no running/queued build is found in the initial search, repeats the search up to --search-limit times to see if a running build appears.
pip install await-ccb
Usage: await-ccb -c credentials.json -r repo-name -s git-sha [-t -p my-project --poll-interval 5 --poll-limit 360 --search-limit 5] await-ccb --help await-ccb --version Options: -c CREDENTIALS_JSON, --credentials CREDENTIALS_JSON Path to service account credentials in Google JSON format -p PROJECT, --project PROJECT Google Code Project ID, defaults to project from credentials -r REPO, --repo REPO Repo name, as known to CCB (e.g. github-thedyrt-await-ccb) -s SHA, --sha SHA Git SHA to observer builds for -t, --trigger Trigger a build if none are found. Requires an existing build trigger to be configured for the repo in the Google Cloud Console. --search-limit LIMIT Number of attempts to make in the initial search for running builds [Default: 3] --poll-limit LIMIT Number of poll requests to make before giving waiting on running builds to complete. Total polling time is --poll-limit * --poll-interval. [Default: 360] --poll-interval SECONDS Number of seconds to wait between requests [Default: 5] -h, --help Show this help --version Show version info