Push changes to Git repository

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Buddy turns deployments into a breeze, you to update your servers on every push to branch. You can also deploy manually on click, or recurrently on time intervals.

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Configure Git Push action

  1. Create a new project, select your Git provider and choose the repository with your project
  2. Add a new pipeline and configure the details: name, trigger mode, and branch from which you want to deploy
  3. Look up and click Git Push on the action list: Version control actionsVersion control actions
  4. Configure action details:

    • paste the url to your repository
    • select authentication mode and provide the credentials

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  1. When ready, click Add this action to finish configuration.

What you need to know

  • You can use environment variables to store authentication details to your servers.
  • Check Use custom .gitignore to exclude files for deployment in More Options.
  • Check Don't deploy changes made by previous actions to deploy only the files from your repository. If you use build actions, leave it unchecked to add artifacts, processed files & uploaded static files.

Last modified on April 26, 2022

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