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Short Description
Up-to-code will create a pull request for every app in your organization that needs a version bump
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Up to Code

Up-to-code keeps your node apps up to date. Every time you publish a new
library, Up-to-code will create a beautiful pull request for every node app in
your organization that needs a version bump.

About

Let's say you work at a company that has lots of node apps and lots of
javascript libraries. When you make a change to one of those libraries, you
would like your node apps to update to the latest version. Up-to-code
automates this process by creating a pull request to update the version in
package.json. The Up-to-code pull request will include links to easily see a
diff of the updates, new version, and link to other similar pull requests.
This gives the app owner a chance to review the updates and keep their project
up to code.

Example

A Up-to-code pull request contains lots of useful info:

Usage

Running with docker

The easiest way to use Up-to-code is docker. After publishing a new version
of awesome-js-library, you can make sure all apps are up to date by running a
docker command like this:

docker run \
    -e npm_config_registry=http://npm.example.com/nexus/content/groups/npmall/ \
    -e npm_config_email=npm@example.com \
    -e npm_config_always_auth=true \
    -e npm_config__auth=npmpassword \
    porchdotcom/up-to-code:latest \
    --package-name=awesome-js-library \
    --github-org=myorg \
    --github-token=abcdef12abcdef12abcdef12abcdef12abcdef12 \
    --gitlab-user=uptocodeacct \
    --gitlab-org=myorg \
    --gitlab-token=abcd123 \
    --gitlab-host=gitlab.example.com

Docker hub

The docker build up-to-code can be found on dockerhub

Options

--package-name

The recently published library that your projects depend on.

--github-org

The name of the github organization containing your projects.

--github-token

Github token with permissions to read repos and create pull requests.

--gitlab-user

Gitlab user name that will read repos and create pull requests.

--gitlab-token

Gitlab token granting permissions to read repos and create merge requests.

--gitlab-org

The name of the gitlab organization containing your projects.

--gitlab-host

Domain name of self hosted gitlab instance. For example gitlab.porch.com

Environment Variables

NPM configuration is passed to Up-to-code through environment variables. For
example, if you have a private npm registry, you should configure it using npm_config_registry=http://mynpm.example.com.
Anything required to access your npm host in your .npmrc file should be passed to Up-to-code through and environment variable.

Commonly used npm config

At a minimum, you likely need to define the following environment variables for
a private npm registry:

npm_config_registry
npm_config__auth

Supported platforms

Up-to-code can create pull requests on github and gitlab. It has been tested
with sinopia and nexus npm registries.

Docker Pull Command
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porchdotcom
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