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A small and light tool to help with FreeBSD Ports CI (Continuous Integration).
Caronade will automatically create build jobs using poudriere and portlint whenever you push changes to your Git based ports repository.
Caronade has an embedded HTTP(S) server which can receive Webhooks and shows your build status and build logs. It will execute a Makefile which runs the poudriere build so it expects that you have poudriere running successfully on the same machine. Each poudriere jail needs to have his own portstree to be able to run jobs in parallel.
There is a FreeBSD port available as
pkg install caronade
/usr/local/etc/caronade/caronade.yaml as needed.
Create a new repository which only contains your ports (avoid forking the full FreeBSD portstree) on GitHub.
A webhook needs to be created which does a HTTP POST request to your caronade daemon.
Create the webhook from the repository webinterface
github: repository settings -> webhooks -> add webhook payload url: baseurl from caronade content type: application/json secret: same as below events: Just the push event
Test the webhook by pushing a commit to the repository.
If you want caronade to integrate into the GitHub Webinterface for your repository then you need to create an GitHub API Token for that.
github: user settings -> developer settings -> personal access tokens -> repo:status
The token and API URL needs to be set in
Caronade parses the commit message and expects all commit messages to start
category/portname which it will use to generate build jobs. If the
commit message contains a line
CI: yes|no build jobs will be generated for
all or no queues. Per default if no such line is found build jobs are
generated for all queues specified in
FreeBSD Ports are a great and huge collection of 3rd party sofware. For people working with ports it is very monotonic to do a lot of build testing to verify that your changes/new port builds fine in many different combinations (FreeBSD versions, architectures, Port options etc.).
Caronade does the testing for you while you continue with your work.
Redports was an attempt to run a fully hosted FreeBSD Ports building service for everyone. Sadly it was also very complex, hard to maintain and time consuming to operate which is why it was discontinued after a few years. Caronade is an attempt to build a similar tool but as simple as possible and for your own poudriere machine. So caronade is not a fully hosted service.