Commit 7f326427 authored by Dan Allen's avatar Dan Allen

document CI pipeline in the contributing guide

parent 951debc1
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:uri-repo: {uri-project}.git
:uri-issue-board: {uri-project}/boards/368796
:uri-issue-labels: {uri-project}/labels
:uri-ci-jobs: {uri-project}/-/jobs
// External URIs:
:uri-git-dl: {uri-git}/downloads
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This command runs the test suite and coverage report each time you save the test or the code under test.
=== Continous Integration
Both the linter and the test suite documented above are run in a continous integration (CI) environment on every commit to master and on every merge request.
A merge request cannot be merged unless the CI pipeline succeeds.
The CI pipeline is run in the[GitLab CI] environment using the[node:8] docker image.
The pipeline consists of the following stages:
* setup
* test
These stages, as well as any global configuration settings, are defined in the [.path]_.gitlab-ci.yml_ file at the root of the project.
The CI pipeline essentially boils down to these three commands:
* `yarn install`
* `gulp lint`
* `yarn test`
You can view the results of the jobs in the pipeline on the {uri-ci-jobs}[jobs dashboard].
==== Skip the CI Pipeline
If you need to make a change to the repository without triggering the CI pipeline, add `[skip ci]` to the end of the commit message.
For example:
fix typo in README [skip ci]
This flag is reserved for non-software changes, as suggested by the example.
=== Fork the Project
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