Pipelines: Commit commands
Buddy lets you run pipelines remotely from your terminal with commit commands. Once you make a push, Buddy will automatically execute the command from the last commit.
For example, running:
$ git commit -am 'website hotfix --run production' $ git push origin master
will trigger the pipeline named ‘production’.
List of commit parameters
Run a pipeline of the given name:
--run NAME --run 'NAME WITH SPACES'
NAMEis not case sensitive, so if your pipeline is named ‘Deploy to Production’ you can trigger it by running:
$ git commit -am "first commit --run 'deploy to production'"
Run all pipelines in the repository:
Do not run any pipeline in the repository:
This feature is useful for pipelines with automatic deliveries.