Travis

travis ci looks for a travis.yml file at the root of each repo to identify ci "stages".

Their hosted agents support starting the ci process alongside a docker daemon so running opctl is a matter of defining your travis.yml as follows:

  • adding opctl installation to the before_script array
  • adding docker to the services array
  • adding script array entries with your calls to opctl

Examples

# travis.yml
language: generic
sudo: required
before_script:
- curl -L https://github.com/opctl/opctl/releases/download/0.1.46/opctl0.1.46.linux.tgz | sudo tar -xzv -C /usr/local/bin
services:
- docker
script:
# passes an arg `gitBranch` to the op from a travis-ci variable
- opctl run -a gitBranch=$TRAVIS_BRANCH some_op
Last updated on by Chris Dostert