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Short Description
lightweight daemon for generating dynamic satis configs and repositories
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satisd

satisd is a very tiny daemon for satis, a static Composer repository generator. Its purpose is to dynamically add packages to a private Composer repository from GitHub or GitLab webhook events. It also serves out the generated repository for good measure.

Be aware that satisd is designed to be used in a trusted environment. There is no authentication of any kind.

Usage

Follow the satis documentation to install satis and create a repo config file. In the following examples, we've saved our satis config file to /opt/repo/repo.json and our satis output repository folder will be /opt/repo/build,

Run natively:

  • Compile satisd.go with go install, or grab a binary from the releases page.
  • Run satisd -satis /opt/satis/bin/satis -config /opt/repo/repo.json -repo /opt/repo/build
    • Optionally specify the -listen flag to change the HTTP listen address
  • satisd will then listen for HTTP requests and trigger a satis build on calls to /register or /generate

Run with docker:

docker run --name satisd -v /opt/repo/config.json:/satisd/config.json -v /opt/repo/build:/satisd/repo jawshua/satisd

Run with docker, bind to host port 8080:

docker run --name satisd -p 8080:80 -v /opt/repo/repo.json:/satisd/config.json -v /opt/repo/build:/satisd/repo jawshua/satisd

Endpoints

The /register endpoint registers a package and then does a satis build. It takes 4 query params:

  • package - the name of the composer package
  • version - the package version (default: *)
  • repo - the repository that the package is located in
  • repoType - the type of repository

The /generate endpoint will instantly trigger a satis build. It does not take any query params.

The /config.json endpoint will show the current repository configuration file.

All other URLs will attempt to serve a file from the generated repository.

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