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Image to run PyUp with CRONd
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PyUp on Alpine Linux

What is PyUp

A tool to update all your project's requirement files with on GitHub.

What is this?

A Docker image to run PyUp using CRONd

How to use it

This version of PyUp supports GitLab using the master branch from pyupio/pyup on GitHub.

Example config

The only thing required is a crontab file for root. This file then needs to
be mounted under /var/spool/cron/crontabs. So that the file
/var/spool/cron/crontabs/root exists. In this file you specify each command
and when to run it.

# m h dom mon dow  command
  0 0 *   *   *    pyup --provider gitlab --repo USER/REPO --user-token XXXXXXXXXXXXX@https://gitlab.com

With one new line for each repo. Information about how and where to get the
user token for GitLab can be found if you search online for gitlab private token. The
procedure of how to get the GitHub token can be found in the PyUp repo
here.

Example

$ docker run -d --name pyup-checker ganehag/pyup-alpine:latest

Once the container is running you start with performing an initial request. This will pack
all of the changes into a single merge request. It is highly recommended that you ensure
these updates to requirements.txt still produces a working software, then accepts the
merge request before letting the container run on its own. Otherwise you will get multiple
merge request for each change once the software runs.

To run this initial step you simple append --initial to each of the commands from
the cron file. You can either do this by entering the container:

$ docker exec -it pyup-checker ash

Or calling from outside docker.

$ docker exec -it pyup-checker pyup --provider gitlab --repo USER/REPO \
--user-token XXXXX@https://git.noda.se --initial

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