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Overview

Package api is the internal version of the API.

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Constants

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const (
	// BuildAnnotation is an annotation that identifies a Pod as being for a Build
	BuildAnnotation = "openshift.io/build.name"
	// BuildConfigAnnotation is an annotation that identifies the BuildConfig that a Build was created from
	BuildConfigAnnotation = "openshift.io/build-config.name"
	// BuildNumberAnnotation is an annotation whose value is the sequential number for this Build
	BuildNumberAnnotation = "openshift.io/build.number"
	// BuildCloneAnnotation is an annotation whose value is the name of the build this build was cloned from
	BuildCloneAnnotation = "openshift.io/build.clone-of"
	// BuildPodNameAnnotation is an annotation whose value is the name of the pod running this build
	BuildPodNameAnnotation = "openshift.io/build.pod-name"
	// BuildJenkinsStatusJSONAnnotation is an annotation holding the Jenkins status information
	BuildJenkinsStatusJSONAnnotation = "openshift.io/jenkins-status-json"
	// BuildJenkinsLogURLAnnotation is an annotation holding a link to the Jenkins build console log
	BuildJenkinsLogURLAnnotation = "openshift.io/jenkins-log-url"
	// BuildJenkinsBuildURIAnnotation is an annotation holding a link to the Jenkins build
	BuildJenkinsBuildURIAnnotation = "openshift.io/jenkins-build-uri"
	// BuildSourceSecretMatchURIAnnotationPrefix is a prefix for annotations on a Secret which indicate a source URI against which the Secret can be used
	BuildSourceSecretMatchURIAnnotationPrefix = "build.openshift.io/source-secret-match-uri-"
	// BuildLabel is the key of a Pod label whose value is the Name of a Build which is run.
	// NOTE: The value for this label may not contain the entire Build name because it will be
	// truncated to maximum label length.
	BuildLabel = "openshift.io/build.name"
	// BuildRunPolicyLabel represents the start policy used to to start the build.
	BuildRunPolicyLabel = "openshift.io/build.start-policy"
	// DefaultDockerLabelNamespace is the key of a Build label, whose values are build metadata.
	DefaultDockerLabelNamespace = "io.openshift."
	// OriginVersion is an environment variable key that indicates the version of origin that
	// created this build definition.
	OriginVersion = "ORIGIN_VERSION"
	// AllowedUIDs is an environment variable that contains ranges of UIDs that are allowed in
	// Source builder images
	AllowedUIDs = "ALLOWED_UIDS"
	// DropCapabilities is an environment variable that contains a list of capabilities to drop when
	// executing a Source build
	DropCapabilities = "DROP_CAPS"
	// BuildConfigLabel is the key of a Build label whose value is the ID of a BuildConfig
	// on which the Build is based. NOTE: The value for this label may not contain the entire
	// BuildConfig name because it will be truncated to maximum label length.
	BuildConfigLabel = "openshift.io/build-config.name"
	// BuildConfigLabelDeprecated was used as BuildConfigLabel before adding namespaces.
	// We keep it for backward compatibility.
	BuildConfigLabelDeprecated = "buildconfig"
	// BuildConfigPausedAnnotation is an annotation that marks a BuildConfig as paused.
	// New Builds cannot be instantiated from a paused BuildConfig.
	BuildConfigPausedAnnotation = "openshift.io/build-config.paused"
	// BuildAcceptedAnnotation is an annotation used to update a build that can now be
	// run based on the RunPolicy (e.g. Serial). Updating the build with this annotation
	// forces the build to be processed by the build controller queue without waiting
	// for a resync.
	BuildAcceptedAnnotation = "build.openshift.io/accepted"
)
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const (
	BuildTriggerCauseManualMsg  = "Manually triggered"
	BuildTriggerCauseConfigMsg  = "Build configuration change"
	BuildTriggerCauseImageMsg   = "Image change"
	BuildTriggerCauseGithubMsg  = "GitHub WebHook"
	BuildTriggerCauseGenericMsg = "Generic WebHook"
)
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const (
	StatusMessageCannotCreateBuildPodSpec  = "Failed to create pod spec."
	StatusMessageCannotCreateBuildPod      = "Failed creating build pod."
	StatusMessageInvalidOutputRef          = "Output image could not be resolved."
	StatusMessageCancelBuildFailed         = "Failed to cancel build."
	StatusMessageBuildPodDeleted           = "The pod for this build was deleted before the build completed."
	StatusMessageExceededRetryTimeout      = "Build did not complete and retrying timed out."
	StatusMessageMissingPushSecret         = "Missing push secret."
	StatusMessagePostCommitHookFailed      = "Build failed because of post commit hook."
	StatusMessagePushImageToRegistryFailed = "Failed to push the image to the registry."
	StatusMessagePullBuilderImageFailed    = "Failed pulling builder image."
	StatusMessageFetchSourceFailed         = "Failed to fetch the input source."
	StatusMessageInvalidContextDirectory   = "The supplied context directory does not exist."
	StatusMessageCancelledBuild            = "The build was cancelled by the user."
	StatusMessageDockerBuildFailed         = "Docker build strategy has failed."
	StatusMessageBuildPodExists            = "The pod for this build already exists and is older than the build."
)

NOTE: These messages might change.

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const (
	// BuildPodSuffix is the suffix used to append to a build pod name given a build name
	BuildPodSuffix = "build"
)
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const (
	// CustomBuildStrategyBaseImageKey is the environment variable that indicates the base image to be used when
	// performing a custom build, if needed.
	CustomBuildStrategyBaseImageKey = "OPENSHIFT_CUSTOM_BUILD_BASE_IMAGE"
)
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const FutureGroupName = "build.openshift.io"
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const GroupName = ""

Variables

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var (
	SchemeBuilder = runtime.NewSchemeBuilder(addKnownTypes)
	AddToScheme   = SchemeBuilder.AddToScheme
)

NOTE: Adding a new trigger type requires adding the type to KnownTriggerTypes

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var SchemeGroupVersion = unversioned.GroupVersion{Group: GroupName, Version: runtime.APIVersionInternal}

SchemeGroupVersion is group version used to register these objects

Functions

func BuildConfigToSelectableFields added in v1.0.8

func BuildConfigToSelectableFields(buildConfig *BuildConfig) fields.Set

BuildConfigToSelectableFields returns a label set that represents the object changes to the returned keys require registering conversions for existing versions using Scheme.AddFieldLabelConversionFunc

func BuildToPodLogOptions added in v1.0.8

func BuildToPodLogOptions(opts *BuildLogOptions) *kapi.PodLogOptions

BuildToPodLogOptions builds a PodLogOptions object out of a BuildLogOptions. Currently BuildLogOptions.Container and BuildLogOptions.Previous aren't used so they won't be copied to PodLogOptions.

func BuildToSelectableFields added in v1.0.8

func BuildToSelectableFields(build *Build) fields.Set

BuildToSelectableFields returns a label set that represents the object changes to the returned keys require registering conversions for existing versions using Scheme.AddFieldLabelConversionFunc

func DeepCopy_api_BinaryBuildRequestOptions added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_BinaryBuildRequestOptions(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_BinaryBuildSource added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_BinaryBuildSource(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_Build added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_Build(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_BuildConfig added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_BuildConfig(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_BuildConfigList added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_BuildConfigList(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_BuildConfigSpec added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_BuildConfigSpec(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_BuildConfigStatus added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_BuildConfigStatus(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_BuildList added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_BuildList(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_BuildLog added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_BuildLog(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_BuildLogOptions added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_BuildLogOptions(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_BuildOutput added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_BuildOutput(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_BuildPostCommitSpec added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_BuildPostCommitSpec(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_BuildRequest added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_BuildRequest(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_BuildSource added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_BuildSource(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_BuildSpec added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_BuildSpec(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_BuildStatus added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_BuildStatus(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_BuildStatusOutput added in v1.5.0

func DeepCopy_api_BuildStatusOutput(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_BuildStatusOutputTo added in v1.5.0

func DeepCopy_api_BuildStatusOutputTo(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_BuildStrategy added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_BuildStrategy(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_BuildTriggerCause added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_BuildTriggerCause(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_BuildTriggerPolicy added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_BuildTriggerPolicy(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_CommonSpec added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_CommonSpec(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_CustomBuildStrategy added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_CustomBuildStrategy(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_DockerBuildStrategy added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_DockerBuildStrategy(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_GenericWebHookCause added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_GenericWebHookCause(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_GenericWebHookEvent added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_GenericWebHookEvent(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_GitBuildSource added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_GitBuildSource(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_GitHubWebHookCause added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_GitHubWebHookCause(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_GitInfo added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_GitInfo(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_GitRefInfo added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_GitRefInfo(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_GitSourceRevision added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_GitSourceRevision(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_ImageChangeCause added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_ImageChangeCause(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_ImageChangeTrigger added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_ImageChangeTrigger(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_ImageLabel added in v1.4.0

func DeepCopy_api_ImageLabel(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_ImageSource added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_ImageSource(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_ImageSourcePath added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_ImageSourcePath(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_JenkinsPipelineBuildStrategy added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_JenkinsPipelineBuildStrategy(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_ProxyConfig added in v1.4.0

func DeepCopy_api_ProxyConfig(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_SecretBuildSource added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_SecretBuildSource(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_SecretSpec added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_SecretSpec(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_SourceBuildStrategy added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_SourceBuildStrategy(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_SourceControlUser added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_SourceControlUser(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_SourceRevision added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_SourceRevision(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func DeepCopy_api_WebHookTrigger added in v1.3.0

func DeepCopy_api_WebHookTrigger(in interface{}, out interface{}, c *conversion.Cloner) error

func GetBuildName added in v1.3.0

func GetBuildName(pod *kapi.Pod) string

GetBuildName returns the name of a Build associated with the given Pod.

func GetBuildPodName added in v1.0.8

func GetBuildPodName(build *Build) string

GetBuildPodName returns name of the build pod.

func HasTriggerType added in v1.5.0

func HasTriggerType(triggerType BuildTriggerType, bc *BuildConfig) bool

func Kind added in v1.1.2

func Kind(kind string) unversioned.GroupKind

Kind takes an unqualified kind and returns back a Group qualified GroupKind

func LabelValue added in v1.3.0

func LabelValue(name string) string

LabelValue returns a string to use as a value for the Build label in a pod. If the length of the string parameter exceeds the maximum label length, the value will be truncated.

func RegisterDeepCopies added in v1.4.0

func RegisterDeepCopies(scheme *runtime.Scheme) error

RegisterDeepCopies adds deep-copy functions to the given scheme. Public to allow building arbitrary schemes.

func Resource added in v1.1.2

func Resource(resource string) unversioned.GroupResource

Resource takes an unqualified resource and returns back a Group qualified GroupResource

func SourceType added in v1.1.1

func SourceType(source BuildSource) string

func StrategyType added in v1.1.1

func StrategyType(strategy BuildStrategy) string

Types

type BinaryBuildRequestOptions added in v1.0.7

type BinaryBuildRequestOptions struct {
	unversioned.TypeMeta
	kapi.ObjectMeta

	AsFile string

	// Commit is the value identifying a specific commit
	Commit string

	// Message is the description of a specific commit
	Message string

	// AuthorName of the source control user
	AuthorName string

	// AuthorEmail of the source control user
	AuthorEmail string

	// CommitterName of the source control user
	CommitterName string

	// CommitterEmail of the source control user
	CommitterEmail string
}

func (*BinaryBuildRequestOptions) GetObjectKind added in v1.1.3

func (obj *BinaryBuildRequestOptions) GetObjectKind() unversioned.ObjectKind

type BinaryBuildSource added in v1.0.7

type BinaryBuildSource struct {
	// AsFile indicates that the provided binary input should be considered a single file
	// within the build input. For example, specifying "webapp.war" would place the provided
	// binary as `/webapp.war` for the builder. If left empty, the Docker and Source build
	// strategies assume this file is a zip, tar, or tar.gz file and extract it as the source.
	// The custom strategy receives this binary as standard input. This filename may not
	// contain slashes or be '..' or '.'.
	AsFile string
}

type Build

type Build struct {
	unversioned.TypeMeta
	kapi.ObjectMeta

	// Spec is all the inputs used to execute the build.
	Spec BuildSpec

	// Status is the current status of the build.
	Status BuildStatus
}

Build encapsulates the inputs needed to produce a new deployable image, as well as the status of the execution and a reference to the Pod which executed the build.

func FilterBuilds added in v1.1.1

func FilterBuilds(builds []Build, predicate PredicateFunc) []Build

FilterBuilds returns array of builds that satisfies predicate function.

func (*Build) GetObjectKind added in v1.1.3

func (obj *Build) GetObjectKind() unversioned.ObjectKind

type BuildConfig

type BuildConfig struct {
	unversioned.TypeMeta
	kapi.ObjectMeta

	// Spec holds all the input necessary to produce a new build, and the conditions when
	// to trigger them.
	Spec BuildConfigSpec
	// Status holds any relevant information about a build config
	Status BuildConfigStatus
}

BuildConfig is a template which can be used to create new builds.

func (*BuildConfig) GetObjectKind added in v1.1.3

func (obj *BuildConfig) GetObjectKind() unversioned.ObjectKind

type BuildConfigList

type BuildConfigList struct {
	unversioned.TypeMeta
	unversioned.ListMeta

	// Items is a list of build configs
	Items []BuildConfig
}

BuildConfigList is a collection of BuildConfigs.

func (*BuildConfigList) GetObjectKind added in v1.1.3

func (obj *BuildConfigList) GetObjectKind() unversioned.ObjectKind

type BuildConfigSpec added in v1.0.2

type BuildConfigSpec struct {
	// Triggers determine how new Builds can be launched from a BuildConfig. If
	// no triggers are defined, a new build can only occur as a result of an
	// explicit client build creation.
	Triggers []BuildTriggerPolicy

	// RunPolicy describes how the new build created from this build
	// configuration will be scheduled for execution.
	// This is optional, if not specified we default to "Serial".
	RunPolicy BuildRunPolicy

	// CommonSpec is the desired build specification
	CommonSpec
}

BuildConfigSpec describes when and how builds are created

type BuildConfigStatus added in v1.0.2

type BuildConfigStatus struct {
	// LastVersion is used to inform about number of last triggered build.
	LastVersion int64
}

BuildConfigStatus contains current state of the build config object.

type BuildList

type BuildList struct {
	unversioned.TypeMeta
	unversioned.ListMeta

	// Items is a list of builds
	Items []Build
}

BuildList is a collection of Builds.

func (*BuildList) GetObjectKind added in v1.1.3

func (obj *BuildList) GetObjectKind() unversioned.ObjectKind

type BuildLog added in v0.2.2

type BuildLog struct {
	unversioned.TypeMeta
}

BuildLog is the (unused) resource associated with the build log redirector

func (*BuildLog) GetObjectKind added in v1.1.3

func (obj *BuildLog) GetObjectKind() unversioned.ObjectKind

type BuildLogOptions added in v0.5.1

type BuildLogOptions struct {
	unversioned.TypeMeta

	// Container for which to return logs
	Container string
	// Follow if true indicates that the build log should be streamed until
	// the build terminates.
	Follow bool
	// If true, return previous build logs.
	Previous bool
	// A relative time in seconds before the current time from which to show logs. If this value
	// precedes the time a pod was started, only logs since the pod start will be returned.
	// If this value is in the future, no logs will be returned.
	// Only one of sinceSeconds or sinceTime may be specified.
	SinceSeconds *int64
	// An RFC3339 timestamp from which to show logs. If this value
	// precedes the time a pod was started, only logs since the pod start will be returned.
	// If this value is in the future, no logs will be returned.
	// Only one of sinceSeconds or sinceTime may be specified.
	SinceTime *unversioned.Time
	// If true, add an RFC3339 or RFC3339Nano timestamp at the beginning of every line
	// of log output.
	Timestamps bool
	// If set, the number of lines from the end of the logs to show. If not specified,
	// logs are shown from the creation of the container or sinceSeconds or sinceTime
	TailLines *int64
	// If set, the number of bytes to read from the server before terminating the
	// log output. This may not display a complete final line of logging, and may return
	// slightly more or slightly less than the specified limit.
	LimitBytes *int64

	// NoWait if true causes the call to return immediately even if the build
	// is not available yet. Otherwise the server will wait until the build has started.
	NoWait bool

	// Version of the build for which to view logs.
	Version *int64
}

BuildLogOptions is the REST options for a build log

func (*BuildLogOptions) GetObjectKind added in v1.1.3

func (obj *BuildLogOptions) GetObjectKind() unversioned.ObjectKind

type BuildOutput

type BuildOutput struct {
	// To defines an optional location to push the output of this build to.
	// Kind must be one of 'ImageStreamTag' or 'DockerImage'.
	// This value will be used to look up a Docker image repository to push to.
	// In the case of an ImageStreamTag, the ImageStreamTag will be looked for in the namespace of
	// the build unless Namespace is specified.
	To *kapi.ObjectReference

	// PushSecret is the name of a Secret that would be used for setting
	// up the authentication for executing the Docker push to authentication
	// enabled Docker Registry (or Docker Hub).
	PushSecret *kapi.LocalObjectReference

	// ImageLabels define a list of labels that are applied to the resulting image. If there
	// are multiple labels with the same name then the last one in the list is used.
	ImageLabels []ImageLabel
}

BuildOutput is input to a build strategy and describes the Docker image that the strategy should produce.

type BuildPhase added in v1.0.2

type BuildPhase string

BuildPhase represents the status of a build at a point in time.

const (
	// BuildPhaseNew is automatically assigned to a newly created build.
	BuildPhaseNew BuildPhase = "New"

	// BuildPhasePending indicates that a pod name has been assigned and a build is
	// about to start running.
	BuildPhasePending BuildPhase = "Pending"

	// BuildPhaseRunning indicates that a pod has been created and a build is running.
	BuildPhaseRunning BuildPhase = "Running"

	// BuildPhaseComplete indicates that a build has been successful.
	BuildPhaseComplete BuildPhase = "Complete"

	// BuildPhaseFailed indicates that a build has executed and failed.
	BuildPhaseFailed BuildPhase = "Failed"

	// BuildPhaseError indicates that an error prevented the build from executing.
	BuildPhaseError BuildPhase = "Error"

	// BuildPhaseCancelled indicates that a running/pending build was stopped from executing.
	BuildPhaseCancelled BuildPhase = "Cancelled"
)

Valid values for BuildPhase.

type BuildPostCommitSpec added in v1.1.3

type BuildPostCommitSpec struct {
	// Command is the command to run. It may not be specified with Script.
	// This might be needed if the image doesn't have `/bin/sh`, or if you
	// do not want to use a shell. In all other cases, using Script might be
	// more convenient.
	Command []string
	// Args is a list of arguments that are provided to either Command,
	// Script or the Docker image's default entrypoint. The arguments are
	// placed immediately after the command to be run.
	Args []string
	// Script is a shell script to be run with `/bin/sh -ic`. It may not be
	// specified with Command. Use Script when a shell script is appropriate
	// to execute the post build hook, for example for running unit tests
	// with `rake test`. If you need control over the image entrypoint, or
	// if the image does not have `/bin/sh`, use Command and/or Args.
	// The `-i` flag is needed to support CentOS and RHEL images that use
	// Software Collections (SCL), in order to have the appropriate
	// collections enabled in the shell. E.g., in the Ruby image, this is
	// necessary to make `ruby`, `bundle` and other binaries available in
	// the PATH.
	Script string
}

A BuildPostCommitSpec holds a build post commit hook specification. The hook executes a command in a temporary container running the build output image, immediately after the last layer of the image is committed and before the image is pushed to a registry. The command is executed with the current working directory ($PWD) set to the image's WORKDIR.

The build will be marked as failed if the hook execution fails. It will fail if the script or command return a non-zero exit code, or if there is any other error related to starting the temporary container.

There are five different ways to configure the hook. As an example, all forms below are equivalent and will execute `rake test --verbose`.

1. Shell script:

BuildPostCommitSpec{
	Script: "rake test --verbose",
}

The above is a convenient form which is equivalent to:

BuildPostCommitSpec{
	Command: []string{"/bin/sh", "-ic"},
	Args: []string{"rake test --verbose"},
}

2. Command as the image entrypoint:

BuildPostCommitSpec{
	Command: []string{"rake", "test", "--verbose"},
}

Command overrides the image entrypoint in the exec form, as documented in Docker: https://docs.docker.com/engine/reference/builder/#entrypoint.

3. Pass arguments to the default entrypoint:

BuildPostCommitSpec{
	Args: []string{"rake", "test", "--verbose"},
}

This form is only useful if the image entrypoint can handle arguments.

4. Shell script with arguments:

BuildPostCommitSpec{
	Script: "rake test $1",
	Args: []string{"--verbose"},
}

This form is useful if you need to pass arguments that would otherwise be hard to quote properly in the shell script. In the script, $0 will be "/bin/sh" and $1, $2, etc, are the positional arguments from Args.

5. Command with arguments:

BuildPostCommitSpec{
	Command: []string{"rake", "test"},
	Args: []string{"--verbose"},
}

This form is equivalent to appending the arguments to the Command slice.

It is invalid to provide both Script and Command simultaneously. If none of the fields are specified, the hook is not executed.

type BuildPtrSliceByCreationTimestamp added in v1.0.5

type BuildPtrSliceByCreationTimestamp []*Build

BuildPtrSliceByCreationTimestamp implements sort.Interface for []*Build based on the CreationTimestamp field.

func (BuildPtrSliceByCreationTimestamp) Len added in v1.0.5

func (BuildPtrSliceByCreationTimestamp) Less added in v1.0.5

func (BuildPtrSliceByCreationTimestamp) Swap added in v1.0.5

type BuildRequest added in v0.4.2

type BuildRequest struct {
	unversioned.TypeMeta
	// TODO: build request should allow name generation via Name and GenerateName, build config
	// name should be provided as a separate field
	kapi.ObjectMeta

	// Revision is the information from the source for a specific repo snapshot.
	Revision *SourceRevision

	// TriggeredByImage is the Image that triggered this build.
	TriggeredByImage *kapi.ObjectReference

	// From is the reference to the ImageStreamTag that triggered the build.
	From *kapi.ObjectReference

	// Binary indicates a request to build from a binary provided to the builder
	Binary *BinaryBuildSource

	// LastVersion (optional) is the LastVersion of the BuildConfig that was used
	// to generate the build. If the BuildConfig in the generator doesn't match,
	// a build will not be generated.
	LastVersion *int64

	// Env contains additional environment variables you want to pass into a builder container.
	Env []kapi.EnvVar

	// TriggeredBy describes which triggers started the most recent update to the
	// buildconfig and contains information about those triggers.
	TriggeredBy []BuildTriggerCause
}

BuildRequest is the resource used to pass parameters to build generator

func (*BuildRequest) GetObjectKind added in v1.1.3

func (obj *BuildRequest) GetObjectKind() unversioned.ObjectKind

type BuildRunPolicy added in v1.3.0

type BuildRunPolicy string

BuildRunPolicy defines the behaviour of how the new builds are executed from the existing build configuration.

const (
	// BuildRunPolicyParallel schedules new builds immediately after they are
	// created. Builds will be executed in parallel.
	BuildRunPolicyParallel BuildRunPolicy = "Parallel"

	// BuildRunPolicySerial schedules new builds to execute in a sequence as
	// they are created. Every build gets queued up and will execute when the
	// previous build completes. This is the default policy.
	BuildRunPolicySerial BuildRunPolicy = "Serial"

	// BuildRunPolicySerialLatestOnly schedules only the latest build to execute,
	// cancelling all the previously queued build.
	BuildRunPolicySerialLatestOnly BuildRunPolicy = "SerialLatestOnly"
)

type BuildSliceByCreationTimestamp added in v1.0.5

type BuildSliceByCreationTimestamp []Build

BuildSliceByCreationTimestamp implements sort.Interface for []Build based on the CreationTimestamp field.

func (BuildSliceByCreationTimestamp) Len added in v1.0.5

func (BuildSliceByCreationTimestamp) Less added in v1.0.5

func (b BuildSliceByCreationTimestamp) Less(i, j int) bool

func (BuildSliceByCreationTimestamp) Swap added in v1.0.5

func (b BuildSliceByCreationTimestamp) Swap(i, j int)

type BuildSource

type BuildSource struct {
	// Binary builds accept a binary as their input. The binary is generally assumed to be a tar,
	// gzipped tar, or zip file depending on the strategy. For Docker builds, this is the build
	// context and an optional Dockerfile may be specified to override any Dockerfile in the
	// build context. For Source builds, this is assumed to be an archive as described above. For
	// Source and Docker builds, if binary.asFile is set the build will receive a directory with
	// a single file. contextDir may be used when an archive is provided. Custom builds will
	// receive this binary as input on STDIN.
	Binary *BinaryBuildSource

	// Dockerfile is the raw contents of a Dockerfile which should be built. When this option is
	// specified, the FROM may be modified based on your strategy base image and additional ENV
	// stanzas from your strategy environment will be added after the FROM, but before the rest
	// of your Dockerfile stanzas. The Dockerfile source type may be used with other options like
	// git - in those cases the Git repo will have any innate Dockerfile replaced in the context
	// dir.
	Dockerfile *string

	// Git contains optional information about git build source
	Git *GitBuildSource

	// Images describes a set of images to be used to provide source for the build
	Images []ImageSource

	// ContextDir specifies the sub-directory where the source code for the application exists.
	// This allows to have buildable sources in directory other than root of
	// repository.
	ContextDir string

	// SourceSecret is the name of a Secret that would be used for setting
	// up the authentication for cloning private repository.
	// The secret contains valid credentials for remote repository, where the
	// data's key represent the authentication method to be used and value is
	// the base64 encoded credentials. Supported auth methods are: ssh-privatekey.
	// TODO: This needs to move under the GitBuildSource struct since it's only
	// used for git authentication
	SourceSecret *kapi.LocalObjectReference

	// Secrets represents a list of secrets and their destinations that will
	// be used only for the build.
	Secrets []SecretBuildSource
}

BuildSource is the input used for the build.

type BuildSpec added in v1.0.2

type BuildSpec struct {
	CommonSpec

	// TriggeredBy describes which triggers started the most recent update to the
	// build configuration and contains information about those triggers.
	TriggeredBy []BuildTriggerCause
}

BuildSpec encapsulates all the inputs necessary to represent a build.

type BuildStatus

type BuildStatus struct {
	// Phase is the point in the build lifecycle.
	Phase BuildPhase

	// Cancelled describes if a cancel event was triggered for the build.
	Cancelled bool

	// Reason is a brief CamelCase string that describes any failure and is meant for machine parsing and tidy display in the CLI.
	Reason StatusReason

	// Message is a human-readable message indicating details about why the build has this status.
	Message string

	// StartTimestamp is a timestamp representing the server time when this Build started
	// running in a Pod.
	// It is represented in RFC3339 form and is in UTC.
	StartTimestamp *unversioned.Time

	// CompletionTimestamp is a timestamp representing the server time when this Build was
	// finished, whether that build failed or succeeded.  It reflects the time at which
	// the Pod running the Build terminated.
	// It is represented in RFC3339 form and is in UTC.
	CompletionTimestamp *unversioned.Time

	// Duration contains time.Duration object describing build time.
	Duration time.Duration

	// OutputDockerImageReference contains a reference to the Docker image that
	// will be built by this build. It's value is computed from
	// Build.Spec.Output.To, and should include the registry address, so that
	// it can be used to push and pull the image.
	OutputDockerImageReference string

	// Config is an ObjectReference to the BuildConfig this Build is based on.
	Config *kapi.ObjectReference

	// Output describes the Docker image the build has produced.
	Output BuildStatusOutput
}

BuildStatus contains the status of a build

type BuildStatusOutput added in v1.5.0

type BuildStatusOutput struct {
	// To describes the status of the built image being pushed to a registry.
	To *BuildStatusOutputTo
}

BuildStatusOutput contains the status of the built image.

type BuildStatusOutputTo added in v1.5.0

type BuildStatusOutputTo struct {
	// ImageDigest is the digest of the built Docker image. The digest uniquely
	// identifies the image in the registry to which it was pushed.
	//
	// Please note that this field may not always be set even if the push
	// completes successfully - e.g. when the registry returns no digest or
	// returns it in a format that the builder doesn't understand.
	ImageDigest string
}

BuildStatusOutputTo describes the status of the built image with regards to image registry to which it was supposed to be pushed.

type BuildStrategy

type BuildStrategy struct {
	// DockerStrategy holds the parameters to the Docker build strategy.
	DockerStrategy *DockerBuildStrategy

	// SourceStrategy holds the parameters to the Source build strategy.
	SourceStrategy *SourceBuildStrategy

	// CustomStrategy holds the parameters to the Custom build strategy
	CustomStrategy *CustomBuildStrategy

	// JenkinsPipelineStrategy holds the parameters to the Jenkins Pipeline build strategy.
	// This strategy is in tech preview.
	JenkinsPipelineStrategy *JenkinsPipelineBuildStrategy
}

BuildStrategy contains the details of how to perform a build.

type BuildStrategyType

type BuildStrategyType string

BuildStrategyType describes a particular way of performing a build.

type BuildTriggerCause added in v1.3.0

type BuildTriggerCause struct {
	// Message is used to store a human readable message for why the build was
	// triggered. E.g.: "Manually triggered by user", "Configuration change",etc.
	Message string

	// genericWebHook represents data for a generic webhook that fired a
	// specific build.
	GenericWebHook *GenericWebHookCause

	// GitHubWebHook represents data for a GitHub webhook that fired a specific
	// build.
	GitHubWebHook *GitHubWebHookCause

	// ImageChangeBuild stores information about an imagechange event that
	// triggered a new build.
	ImageChangeBuild *ImageChangeCause
}

BuildTriggerCause holds information about a triggered build. It is used for displaying build trigger data for each build and build configuration in oc describe. It is also used to describe which triggers led to the most recent update in the build configuration.

type BuildTriggerPolicy added in v0.2.1

type BuildTriggerPolicy struct {
	// Type is the type of build trigger
	Type BuildTriggerType

	// GitHubWebHook contains the parameters for a GitHub webhook type of trigger
	GitHubWebHook *WebHookTrigger

	// GenericWebHook contains the parameters for a Generic webhook type of trigger
	GenericWebHook *WebHookTrigger

	// ImageChange contains parameters for an ImageChange type of trigger
	ImageChange *ImageChangeTrigger
}

BuildTriggerPolicy describes a policy for a single trigger that results in a new Build.

func FindTriggerPolicy added in v1.5.0

func FindTriggerPolicy(triggerType BuildTriggerType, config *BuildConfig) (buildTriggers []BuildTriggerPolicy)

FindTriggerPolicy retrieves the BuildTrigger(s) of a given type from a build configuration. Returns nil if no matches are found.

type BuildTriggerType added in v0.2.1

type BuildTriggerType string

BuildTriggerType refers to a specific BuildTriggerPolicy implementation.

const (
	// GitHubWebHookBuildTriggerType represents a trigger that launches builds on
	// GitHub webhook invocations
	GitHubWebHookBuildTriggerType           BuildTriggerType = "GitHub"
	GitHubWebHookBuildTriggerTypeDeprecated BuildTriggerType = "github"

	// GenericWebHookBuildTriggerType represents a trigger that launches builds on
	// generic webhook invocations
	GenericWebHookBuildTriggerType           BuildTriggerType = "Generic"
	GenericWebHookBuildTriggerTypeDeprecated BuildTriggerType = "generic"

	// ImageChangeBuildTriggerType represents a trigger that launches builds on
	// availability of a new version of an image
	ImageChangeBuildTriggerType           BuildTriggerType = "ImageChange"
	ImageChangeBuildTriggerTypeDeprecated BuildTriggerType = "imageChange"

	// ConfigChangeBuildTriggerType will trigger a build on an initial build config creation
	// WARNING: In the future the behavior will change to trigger a build on any config change
	ConfigChangeBuildTriggerType BuildTriggerType = "ConfigChange"
)

type CommonSpec added in v1.3.0

type CommonSpec struct {

	// ServiceAccount is the name of the ServiceAccount to use to run the pod
	// created by this build.
	// The pod will be allowed to use secrets referenced by the ServiceAccount.
	ServiceAccount string

	// Source describes the SCM in use.
	Source BuildSource

	// Revision is the information from the source for a specific repo
	// snapshot.
	// This is optional.
	Revision *SourceRevision

	// Strategy defines how to perform a build.
	Strategy BuildStrategy

	// Output describes the Docker image the Strategy should produce.
	Output BuildOutput

	// Resources computes resource requirements to execute the build.
	Resources kapi.ResourceRequirements

	// PostCommit is a build hook executed after the build output image is
	// committed, before it is pushed to a registry.
	PostCommit BuildPostCommitSpec

	// CompletionDeadlineSeconds is an optional duration in seconds, counted from
	// the time when a build pod gets scheduled in the system, that the build may
	// be active on a node before the system actively tries to terminate the
	// build; value must be positive integer.
	CompletionDeadlineSeconds *int64

	// NodeSelector is a selector which must be true for the build pod to fit on a node
	// If nil, it can be overridden by default build nodeselector values for the cluster.
	// If set to an empty map or a map with any values, default build nodeselector values
	// are ignored.
	NodeSelector map[string]string
}

CommonSpec encapsulates all common fields between Build and BuildConfig.

type CustomBuildStrategy added in v0.2.1

type CustomBuildStrategy struct {
	// From is reference to an DockerImage, ImageStream, ImageStreamTag, or ImageStreamImage from which
	// the docker image should be pulled
	From kapi.ObjectReference

	// PullSecret is the name of a Secret that would be used for setting up
	// the authentication for pulling the Docker images from the private Docker
	// registries
	PullSecret *kapi.LocalObjectReference

	// Env contains additional environment variables you want to pass into a builder container
	Env []kapi.EnvVar

	// ExposeDockerSocket will allow running Docker commands (and build Docker images) from
	// inside the Docker container.
	// TODO: Allow admins to enforce 'false' for this option
	ExposeDockerSocket bool

	// ForcePull describes if the controller should configure the build pod to always pull the images
	// for the builder or only pull if it is not present locally
	ForcePull bool

	// Secrets is a list of additional secrets that will be included in the custom build pod
	Secrets []SecretSpec

	// BuildAPIVersion is the requested API version for the Build object serialized and passed to the custom builder
	BuildAPIVersion string
}

CustomBuildStrategy defines input parameters specific to Custom build.

type DockerBuildStrategy

type DockerBuildStrategy struct {
	// From is reference to an DockerImage, ImageStream, ImageStreamTag, or ImageStreamImage from which
	// the docker image should be pulled
	// the resulting image will be used in the FROM line of the Dockerfile for this build.
	From *kapi.ObjectReference

	// PullSecret is the name of a Secret that would be used for setting up
	// the authentication for pulling the Docker images from the private Docker
	// registries
	PullSecret *kapi.LocalObjectReference

	// NoCache if set to true indicates that the docker build must be executed with the
	// --no-cache=true flag
	NoCache bool

	// Env contains additional environment variables you want to pass into a builder container
	Env []kapi.EnvVar

	// ForcePull describes if the builder should pull the images from registry prior to building.
	ForcePull bool

	// DockerfilePath is the path of the Dockerfile that will be used to build the Docker image,
	// relative to the root of the context (contextDir).
	DockerfilePath string
}

DockerBuildStrategy defines input parameters specific to Docker build.

type GenericWebHookCause added in v1.3.0

type GenericWebHookCause struct {
	// Revision is an optional field that stores the git source revision
	// information of the generic webhook trigger when it is available.
	Revision *SourceRevision

	// Secret is the obfuscated webhook secret that triggered a build.
	Secret string
}

GenericWebHookCause holds information about a generic WebHook that triggered a build.

type GenericWebHookEvent added in v0.2.1

type GenericWebHookEvent struct {
	// Git is the git information, if any.
	Git *GitInfo

	// Env contains additional environment variables you want to pass into a builder container
	Env []kapi.EnvVar
}

GenericWebHookEvent is the payload expected for a generic webhook post

type GitBuildSource

type GitBuildSource struct {
	// URI points to the source that will be built. The structure of the source
	// will depend on the type of build to run
	URI string

	// Ref is the branch/tag/ref to build.
	Ref string

	// ProxyConfig defines the proxies to use for the git clone operation
	ProxyConfig
}

GitBuildSource defines the parameters of a Git SCM

type GitHubWebHookCause added in v1.3.0

type GitHubWebHookCause struct {
	// Revision is the git source revision information of the trigger.
	Revision *SourceRevision

	// Secret is the obfuscated webhook secret that triggered a build.
	Secret string
}

GitHubWebHookCause has information about a GitHub webhook that triggered a build.

type GitInfo added in v0.2.1

type GitInfo struct {
	GitBuildSource
	GitSourceRevision

	// Refs is a list of GitRefs for the provided repo - generally sent
	// when used from a post-receive hook. This field is optional and is
	// used when sending multiple refs
	// +k8s:conversion-gen=false
	Refs []GitRefInfo
}

GitInfo is the aggregated git information for a generic webhook post

type GitRefInfo added in v0.5.1

type GitRefInfo struct {
	GitBuildSource
	GitSourceRevision
}

GitRefInfo is a single ref

type GitSourceRevision

type GitSourceRevision struct {
	// Commit is the commit hash identifying a specific commit
	Commit string

	// Author is the author of a specific commit
	Author SourceControlUser

	// Committer is the committer of a specific commit
	Committer SourceControlUser

	// Message is the description of a specific commit
	Message string
}

GitSourceRevision is the commit information from a git source for a build

type ImageChangeCause added in v1.3.0

type ImageChangeCause struct {
	// ImageID is the ID of the image that triggered a a new build.
	ImageID string

	// FromRef contains detailed information about an image that triggered a
	// build
	FromRef *kapi.ObjectReference
}

ImageChangeCause contains information about the image that triggered a build.

type ImageChangeTrigger added in v0.2.1

type ImageChangeTrigger struct {
	// LastTriggeredImageID is used internally by the ImageChangeController to save last
	// used image ID for build
	LastTriggeredImageID string

	// From is a reference to an ImageStreamTag that will trigger a build when updated
	// It is optional. If no From is specified, the From image from the build strategy
	// will be used. Only one ImageChangeTrigger with an empty From reference is allowed in
	// a build configuration.
	From *kapi.ObjectReference
}

ImageChangeTrigger allows builds to be triggered when an ImageStream changes

type ImageLabel added in v1.4.0

type ImageLabel struct {
	// Name defines the name of the label. It must have non-zero length.
	Name string

	// Value defines the literal value of the label.
	Value string
}

ImageLabel represents a label applied to the resulting image.

type ImageSource added in v1.1.1

type ImageSource struct {
	// From is a reference to an ImageStreamTag, ImageStreamImage, or DockerImage to
	// copy source from.
	From kapi.ObjectReference

	// Paths is a list of source and destination paths to copy from the image.
	Paths []ImageSourcePath

	// PullSecret is a reference to a secret to be used to pull the image from a registry
	// If the image is pulled from the OpenShift registry, this field does not need to be set.
	PullSecret *kapi.LocalObjectReference
}

ImageSource describes an image that is used as source for the build

type ImageSourcePath added in v1.1.1

type ImageSourcePath struct {
	// SourcePath is the absolute path of the file or directory inside the image to
	// copy to the build directory.
	SourcePath string

	// DestinationDir is the relative directory within the build directory
	// where files copied from the image are placed.
	DestinationDir string
}

ImageSourcePath describes a path to be copied from a source image and its destination within the build directory.

type JenkinsPipelineBuildStrategy added in v1.3.0

type JenkinsPipelineBuildStrategy struct {
	// JenkinsfilePath is the optional path of the Jenkinsfile that will be used to configure the pipeline
	// relative to the root of the context (contextDir). If both JenkinsfilePath & Jenkinsfile are
	// both not specified, this defaults to Jenkinsfile in the root of the specified contextDir.
	JenkinsfilePath string

	// Jenkinsfile defines the optional raw contents of a Jenkinsfile which defines a Jenkins pipeline build.
	Jenkinsfile string
}

JenkinsPipelineStrategy holds parameters specific to a Jenkins Pipeline build. This strategy is in tech preview.

type PredicateFunc added in v1.1.1

type PredicateFunc func(interface{}) bool

PredicateFunc is testing an argument and decides does it meet some criteria or not. It can be used for filtering elements based on some conditions.

func ByBuildConfigPredicate added in v1.3.0

func ByBuildConfigPredicate(labelValue string) PredicateFunc

ByBuildConfigPredicate matches all builds that have build config annotation or label with specified value.

type ProxyConfig added in v1.4.0

type ProxyConfig struct {
	// HTTPProxy is a proxy used to reach the git repository over http
	HTTPProxy *string

	// HTTPSProxy is a proxy used to reach the git repository over https
	HTTPSProxy *string

	// NoProxy is the list of domains for which the proxy should not be used
	NoProxy *string
}

ProxyConfig defines what proxies to use for an operation

type SecretBuildSource added in v1.1.2

type SecretBuildSource struct {
	// Secret is a reference to an existing secret that you want to use in your
	// build.
	Secret kapi.LocalObjectReference

	// DestinationDir is the directory where the files from the secret should be
	// available for the build time.
	// For the Source build strategy, these will be injected into a container
	// where the assemble script runs. Later, when the script finishes, all files
	// injected will be truncated to zero length.
	// For the Docker build strategy, these will be copied into the build
	// directory, where the Dockerfile is located, so users can ADD or COPY them
	// during docker build.
	DestinationDir string
}

SecretBuildSource describes a secret and its destination directory that will be used only at the build time. The content of the secret referenced here will be copied into the destination directory instead of mounting.

type SecretSpec added in v1.0.6

type SecretSpec struct {
	// SecretSource is a reference to the secret
	SecretSource kapi.LocalObjectReference

	// MountPath is the path at which to mount the secret
	MountPath string
}

SecretSpec specifies a secret to be included in a build pod and its corresponding mount point

type SourceBuildStrategy added in v0.5.2

type SourceBuildStrategy struct {
	// From is reference to an DockerImage, ImageStream, ImageStreamTag, or ImageStreamImage from which
	// the docker image should be pulled
	From kapi.ObjectReference

	// PullSecret is the name of a Secret that would be used for setting up
	// the authentication for pulling the Docker images from the private Docker
	// registries
	PullSecret *kapi.LocalObjectReference

	// Env contains additional environment variables you want to pass into a builder container
	Env []kapi.EnvVar

	// Scripts is the location of Source scripts
	Scripts string

	// Incremental flag forces the Source build to do incremental builds if true.
	Incremental *bool

	// ForcePull describes if the builder should pull the images from registry prior to building.
	ForcePull bool

	// RuntimeImage is an optional image that is used to run an application
	// without unneeded dependencies installed. The building of the application
	// is still done in the builder image but, post build, you can copy the
	// needed artifacts in the runtime image for use.
	// This field and the feature it enables are in tech preview.
	RuntimeImage *kapi.ObjectReference

	// RuntimeArtifacts specifies a list of source/destination pairs that will be
	// copied from the builder to a runtime image. sourcePath can be a file or
	// directory. destinationDir must be a directory. destinationDir can also be
	// empty or equal to ".", in this case it just refers to the root of WORKDIR.
	// This field and the feature it enables are in tech preview.
	RuntimeArtifacts []ImageSourcePath
}

SourceBuildStrategy defines input parameters specific to an Source build.

type SourceControlUser

type SourceControlUser struct {
	// Name of the source control user
	Name string

	// Email of the source control user
	Email string
}

SourceControlUser defines the identity of a user of source control

type SourceRevision

type SourceRevision struct {
	// Git contains information about git-based build source
	Git *GitSourceRevision
}

SourceRevision is the revision or commit information from the source for the build

type StatusReason added in v1.0.7

type StatusReason string

StatusReason is a brief CamelCase string that describes a temporary or permanent build error condition, meant for machine parsing and tidy display in the CLI.

const (
	// StatusReasonError is a generic reason for a build error condition.
	StatusReasonError StatusReason = "Error"

	// StatusReasonCannotCreateBuildPodSpec is an error condition when the build
	// strategy cannot create a build pod spec.
	StatusReasonCannotCreateBuildPodSpec StatusReason = "CannotCreateBuildPodSpec"

	// StatusReasonCannotCreateBuildPod is an error condition when a build pod
	// cannot be created.
	StatusReasonCannotCreateBuildPod StatusReason = "CannotCreateBuildPod"

	// StatusReasonInvalidOutputReference is an error condition when the build
	// output is an invalid reference.
	StatusReasonInvalidOutputReference StatusReason = "InvalidOutputReference"

	// StatusReasonCancelBuildFailed is an error condition when cancelling a build
	// fails.
	StatusReasonCancelBuildFailed StatusReason = "CancelBuildFailed"

	// StatusReasonBuildPodDeleted is an error condition when the build pod is
	// deleted before build completion.
	StatusReasonBuildPodDeleted StatusReason = "BuildPodDeleted"

	// StatusReasonExceededRetryTimeout is an error condition when the build has
	// not completed and retrying the build times out.
	StatusReasonExceededRetryTimeout StatusReason = "ExceededRetryTimeout"

	// StatusReasonMissingPushSecret indicates that the build is missing required
	// secret for pushing the output image.
	// The build will stay in the pending state until the secret is created, or the build times out.
	StatusReasonMissingPushSecret StatusReason = "MissingPushSecret"

	// StatusReasonPostCommitHookFailed indicates the post-commit hook failed.
	StatusReasonPostCommitHookFailed StatusReason = "PostCommitHookFailed"

	// StatusReasonPushImageToRegistryFailed indicates that an image failed to be
	// pushed to the registry.
	StatusReasonPushImageToRegistryFailed StatusReason = "PushImageToRegistryFailed"

	// StatusReasonPullBuilderImageFailed indicates that we failed to pull the
	// builder image.
	StatusReasonPullBuilderImageFailed StatusReason = "PullBuilderImageFailed"

	// StatusReasonFetchSourceFailed indicates that fetching the source of the
	// build has failed.
	StatusReasonFetchSourceFailed StatusReason = "FetchSourceFailed"

	// StatusReasonInvalidContextDirectory indicates that the supplied
	// contextDir does not exist
	StatusReasonInvalidContextDirectory StatusReason = "InvalidContextDirectory"

	// StatusReasonCancelledBuild indicates that the build was cancelled by the
	// user.
	StatusReasonCancelledBuild StatusReason = "CancelledBuild"

	// StatusReasonDockerBuildFailed indicates that the docker build strategy has
	// failed.
	StatusReasonDockerBuildFailed StatusReason = "DockerBuildFailed"

	// StatusReasonBuildPodExists indicates that the build tried to create a
	// build pod but one was already present.
	StatusReasonBuildPodExists StatusReason = "BuildPodExists"
)

These are the valid reasons of build statuses.

type WebHookTrigger added in v0.2.1

type WebHookTrigger struct {
	// Secret used to validate requests.
	Secret string

	// AllowEnv determines whether the webhook can set environment variables; can only
	// be set to true for GenericWebHook
	AllowEnv bool
}

WebHookTrigger is a trigger that gets invoked using a webhook type of post

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