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  1. Repository Types

    Every repository must have a type associated to it. For example, if you create a repository that will link to a GitHub repository, then the repository type must be set to Git. Once a repository has been given a type, more repository type specific properties will be added to the repository dialog via the tabs
    Continua CIDec 18, 2018
  2. Repository Scope

    Before reading this page, it is highly recommended you read the repositories concept page and the Global Settings, Projects & Configurations page. As explained on the Continua CI Repositories page, a repository in Continua is a reference to an external version control system. Since Continua allows you to create
    Continua CIDec 03, 2018
  3. Repository Trigger

    . Repository triggers are used to trigger a configuration when a change is committed to a certain repository. Repository Trigger Options image2018-11-6_16-40-3.png Repository The repository related to this trigger (these are presented on the 'Repositories' tab). Quiet Period When a changeset is detected
    Continua CIJan 15, 2020
  4. Repository Rules

    1. Copy entire repository into the agent's workspace Note the > operator is always used, you can alternatively use >> which will empty the target directory before copying the repository. Rule Example Type 1 - Single Repository [1.1] $Source.MyRepo$ > Source\MyRepo [1.2] $Source.ToolsRepo$ > Binaries [1.1
    Continua CIDec 04, 2018
  5. Repository Object

    Repository (used by Source ) Name Description Type Usage Example Branch The full name of the branch associated with the build for the given repository String $Source.RepoName.Branch$ "/branches/a_test_branch" BranchName The name of the branch associated with the build for the given repository String
    Continua CIJul 03, 2019
  6. Repository User Mappings

    Before reading this page, it is highly recommended you read the Repositories page. What are Repository User Mappings? Repository user mappings are used … username to the user name used in your VCS.  Custom Mappings: These mappings need to be created manually and they link to a specific repository. image2018-11
    Continua CIDec 19, 2018
  7. Tag Repository Changeset

    The Tag Repository Changeset build event handler can be used to tag or label changesets in the respository when certain build events occur. You may … and Subversion repositories.  Continua attempts to provide a consistant interface for tagging across all of these repositories, although the implementation varies
    Continua CIDec 10, 2018
  8. Part 3: Create your First Repository

    in Part 1 and Part 2. Without repositories, Continua CI would have no source code to build. Continua CI links directly to your source control repositories and executes builds. For more information on repositories, check out the Repository Types. In part 1 and part 2 of this tutorial, we created both our first project
    Continua CIDec 02, 2018
  9. Repositories

    Before reading this page, it is highly recommended you read repositories concept page. What is a Repository? A repository in Continua CI is a reference to an external Version Control System (VCS) that provides a way for Continua CI to interact with that VCS. Once a repository has linked a VCS to a configuration
    Continua CIDec 18, 2018
  10. Continua CI Repositories

    Repositories A repository in Continua CI is a reference to an external Version Control System (VCS) that provides a way for Continua CI to interact with that VCS. Adding a repository and assigning it to a Configuration allows the user to make use of the VCS's content in Continua CI. Some examples of using
    Continua CIDec 03, 2018