merkely report artifact

merkely report artifact #

Report/Log an artifact to Merkely.

Synopsis #

Report an artifact to a pipeline in Merkely. The artifact SHA256 fingerprint is calculated and reported or,alternatively, can be provided directly. The following flags are defaulted as follows in the CI list below:

| Bitbucket 
| git-commit : ${BITBUCKET_COMMIT}
| build-url :${BITBUCKET_WORKSPACE}/${BITBUCKET_REPO_SLUG}/addon/pipelines/home#!/results/${BITBUCKET_BUILD_NUMBER}
| Github 
| git-commit : ${GITHUB_SHA}
| build-url : ${GITHUB_SERVER_URL}/${GITHUB_REPOSITORY}/actions/runs/${GITHUB_RUN_ID}
| Teamcity 
| git-commit : ${BUILD_VCS_NUMBER}
merkely report artifact ARTIFACT-NAME-OR-PATH [flags]

Options #

  -b, --build-url string     The url of CI pipeline that built the artifact.
  -u, --commit-url string    The url for the git commit that created the artifact.
  -C, --compliant            Whether the artifact is compliant or not. (default true)
  -d, --description string   [optional] The artifact description.
  -g, --git-commit string    The git commit from which the artifact was created.
  -h, --help                 help for artifact
  -p, --pipeline string      The Merkely pipeline name.
  -s, --sha256 string        The SHA256 fingerprint for the artifact. Only required if you don't specify --type.
  -t, --type string          The type of the artifact. Options are [dir, file, docker].

Options inherited from parent commands #

  -a, --api-token string      The merkely API token.
  -c, --config-file string    [optional] The merkely config file path. (default "merkely")
  -D, --dry-run               Whether to send the request to the endpoint or just log it in stdout.
  -H, --host string           The merkely endpoint. (default "")
  -r, --max-api-retries int   How many times should API calls be retried when the API host is not reachable. (default 3)
  -o, --owner string          The merkely organization.
  -v, --verbose               Print verbose logs to stdout.


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