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Short Description
A https://www.dependencies.io actor for creating GitHub issues.
Full Description

actor-repo-issue





A dependencies.io
actor creates GitHub issues to notify
you of new versions.

Usage

For each dependency, it will create 1 issue and list out all of the new versions
that are available for it and any additional information about them.

dependencies.yml

collectors:
- ...
  actors:
  - type: repo-issue
    versions: "L.Y.Y"
    settings:  # all settings are optional
      # github options
      github_labels:  # list of label names
      - bug
      github_assignees:  # list of usernames
      - davegaeddert
      github_milestone: 3  # milestone number

      # gitlab options
      # Set an issue to be confidential. Default is false.
      gitlab_confidential: true  
      # The ID of a user to assign issue
      gitlab_assignee_ids:
      - 1
      # The ID of a milestone to assign issue
      gitlab_milestone_id: 0
      # Label names for an issue
      gitlab_labels:
      - discussion
      # Date time string, ISO 8601 formatted, e.g. 2016-03-11T03:45:40Z (requires admin or project owner rights)
      gitlab_created_at: '2016-03-11T03:45:40Z'
      # Date time string in the format YEAR-MONTH-DAY, e.g. 2016-03-11
      gitlab_due_date: '2016-03-11'
      # The IID of a merge request in which to resolve all issues. This will fill the issue with a default description and mark all discussions as resolved. When passing a description or title, these values will take precedence over the default values.
      gitlab_merge_request_to_resolve_discussions_of: 0  
      # The ID of a discussion to resolve. This will fill in the issue with a default description and mark the discussion as resolved. Use in combination with merge_request_to_resolve_discussions_of.
      gitlab_discussion_to_resolve: 0
      # The weight of the issue in range 0 to 9
      gitlab_weight: 3

Works well with

Resources

Support

Any questions or issues with this specific actor should be discussed in GitHub
issues
. If there is
private information which needs to be shared then you can instead use the
dependencies.io support.

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