Commit 4413d97b authored by Achilleas Pipinellis's avatar Achilleas Pipinellis 🚴🏽

Merge branch 'zj-rename-ci-vars' into 'master'

Futher rename the CI variables

See merge request !9851
parents 50692556 3ebd29b5
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......@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@ stages:
<<: *dedicated-runner
<<: *use-db
script:
- JOB_NAME=( $CI_BUILD_NAME )
- JOB_NAME=( $CI_JOB_NAME )
- export CI_NODE_INDEX=${JOB_NAME[1]}
- export CI_NODE_TOTAL=${JOB_NAME[2]}
- export KNAPSACK_REPORT_PATH=knapsack/rspec_node_${CI_NODE_INDEX}_${CI_NODE_TOTAL}_report.json
......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ stages:
<<: *dedicated-runner
<<: *use-db
script:
- JOB_NAME=( $CI_BUILD_NAME )
- JOB_NAME=( $CI_JOB_NAME )
- export CI_NODE_INDEX=${JOB_NAME[1]}
- export CI_NODE_TOTAL=${JOB_NAME[2]}
- export KNAPSACK_REPORT_PATH=knapsack/spinach_node_${CI_NODE_INDEX}_${CI_NODE_TOTAL}_report.json
......@@ -180,7 +180,7 @@ spinach 9 10: *spinach-knapsack
<<: *dedicated-runner
stage: test
script:
- bundle exec $CI_BUILD_NAME
- bundle exec $CI_JOB_NAME
rubocop:
<<: *ruby-static-analysis
......@@ -211,7 +211,7 @@ rake ee_compat_check:
- ee_compat_check/repo/
- vendor/ruby
artifacts:
name: "${CI_BUILD_NAME}_${CI_BUILD_REF_NAME}_${CI_BUILD_REF}"
name: "${CI_JOB_NAME}_${CI_COMIT_REF_NAME}_${CI_COMMIT_REF}"
when: on_failure
expire_in: 10d
paths:
......@@ -330,7 +330,7 @@ migration paths:
- sed -i 's/localhost/redis/g' config/resque.yml
- bundle install --without postgres production --jobs $(nproc) $FLAGS --retry=3
- bundle exec rake db:drop db:create db:schema:load db:seed_fu
- git checkout $CI_BUILD_REF
- git checkout $CI_COMMIT_REF
- source scripts/prepare_build.sh
- bundle exec rake db:migrate
......@@ -402,7 +402,7 @@ notify:slack:
SETUP_DB: "false"
USE_BUNDLE_INSTALL: "false"
script:
- ./scripts/notify_slack.sh "#development" "Build on \`$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME\` failed! Commit \`$(git log -1 --oneline)\` See <https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/$(basename "$PWD")/commit/"$CI_BUILD_REF"/pipelines>"
- ./scripts/notify_slack.sh "#development" "Build on \`$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME\` failed! Commit \`$(git log -1 --oneline)\` See <https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/$(basename "$PWD")/commit/"$CI_COMMIT_REF"/pipelines>"
when: on_failure
only:
- [email protected]/gitlab-ce
......
......@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ module RspecProfilingExt
module Git
def branch
ENV['CI_BUILD_REF_NAME'] || super
ENV['CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME'] || super
end
end
......
......@@ -298,14 +298,14 @@ could look like:
- docker:dind
stage: build
script:
- docker login -u gitlab-ci-token -p $CI_BUILD_TOKEN registry.example.com
- docker login -u gitlab-ci-token -p $CI_JOB_TOKEN registry.example.com
- docker build -t registry.example.com/group/project:latest .
- docker push registry.example.com/group/project:latest
```
You have to use the special `gitlab-ci-token` user created for you in order to
push to the Registry connected to your project. Its password is provided in the
`$CI_BUILD_TOKEN` variable. This allows you to automate building and deployment
`$CI_JOB_TOKEN` variable. This allows you to automate building and deployment
of your Docker images.
You can also make use of [other variables](../variables/README.md) to avoid hardcoding:
......@@ -315,10 +315,10 @@ services:
- docker:dind
variables:
IMAGE_TAG: $CI_REGISTRY_IMAGE:$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME
IMAGE_TAG: $CI_REGISTRY_IMAGE:$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME
before_script:
- docker login -u gitlab-ci-token -p $CI_BUILD_TOKEN $CI_REGISTRY
- docker login -u gitlab-ci-token -p $CI_COMMIT_TOKEN $CI_REGISTRY
build:
stage: build
......@@ -328,7 +328,7 @@ build:
```
Here, `$CI_REGISTRY_IMAGE` would be resolved to the address of the registry tied
to this project, and `$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME` would be resolved to the branch or
to this project, and `$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME` would be resolved to the branch or
tag name for this particular job. We also declare our own variable, `$IMAGE_TAG`,
combining the two to save us some typing in the `script` section.
......@@ -350,11 +350,11 @@ stages:
- deploy
variables:
CONTAINER_TEST_IMAGE: registry.example.com/my-group/my-project:$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME
CONTAINER_TEST_IMAGE: registry.example.com/my-group/my-project:$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME
CONTAINER_RELEASE_IMAGE: registry.example.com/my-group/my-project:latest
before_script:
- docker login -u gitlab-ci-token -p $CI_BUILD_TOKEN registry.example.com
- docker login -u gitlab-ci-token -p $CI_JOB_TOKEN registry.example.com
build:
stage: build
......
......@@ -263,7 +263,7 @@ This works just like any other terminal - you'll be in the container created
by your deployment, so you can run shell commands and get responses in real
time, check the logs, try out configuration or code tweaks, etc. You can open
multiple terminals to the same environment - they each get their own shell
session - and even a multiplexer like `screen` or `tmux`!
session - and even a multiplexer like `screen` or `tmux`!
>**Note:**
Container-based deployments often lack basic tools (like an editor), and may
......@@ -295,7 +295,7 @@ deploy_review:
script:
- echo "Deploy a review app"
environment:
name: review/$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME
name: review/$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME
url: https://$CI_ENVIRONMENT_SLUG.example.com
only:
- branches
......@@ -306,22 +306,22 @@ deploy_review:
Let's break it down in pieces. The job's name is `deploy_review` and it runs
on the `deploy` stage. The `script` at this point is fictional, you'd have to
use your own based on your deployment. Then, we set the `environment` with the
`environment:name` being `review/$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME`. Now that's an interesting
`environment:name` being `review/$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME`. Now that's an interesting
one. Since the [environment name][env-name] can contain slashes (`/`), we can
use this pattern to distinguish between dynamic environments and the regular
ones.
So, the first part is `review`, followed by a `/` and then `$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME`
which takes the value of the branch name. Since `$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME` itself may
So, the first part is `review`, followed by a `/` and then `$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME`
which takes the value of the branch name. Since `$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME` itself may
also contain `/`, or other characters that would be invalid in a domain name or
URL, we use `$CI_ENVIRONMENT_SLUG` in the `environment:url` so that the
environment can get a specific and distinct URL for each branch. In this case,
given a `$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME` of `100-Do-The-Thing`, the URL will be something
given a `$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME` of `100-Do-The-Thing`, the URL will be something
like `https://100-do-the-4f99a2.example.com`. Again, the way you set up
the web server to serve these requests is based on your setup.
You could also use `$CI_BUILD_REF_SLUG` in `environment:url`, e.g.:
`https://$CI_BUILD_REF_SLUG.example.com`. We use `$CI_ENVIRONMENT_SLUG`
You could also use `$CI_COMMIT_REF_SLUG` in `environment:url`, e.g.:
`https://$CI_COMMIT_REF_SLUG.example.com`. We use `$CI_ENVIRONMENT_SLUG`
here because it is guaranteed to be unique, but if you're using a workflow like
[GitLab Flow][gitlab-flow], collisions are very unlikely, and you may prefer
environment names to be more closely based on the branch name - the example
......@@ -356,7 +356,7 @@ deploy_review:
script:
- echo "Deploy a review app"
environment:
name: review/$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME
name: review/$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME
url: https://$CI_ENVIRONMENT_SLUG.example.com
only:
- branches
......@@ -387,16 +387,16 @@ deploy_prod:
A more realistic example would include copying files to a location where a
webserver (NGINX) could then read and serve. The example below will copy the
`public` directory to `/srv/nginx/$CI_BUILD_REF_SLUG/public`:
`public` directory to `/srv/nginx/$CI_COMMIT_REF_SLUG/public`:
```yaml
review_app:
stage: deploy
script:
- rsync -av --delete public /srv/nginx/$CI_BUILD_REF_SLUG
- rsync -av --delete public /srv/nginx/$CI_COMMIT_REF_SLUG
environment:
name: review/$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME
url: https://$CI_BUILD_REF_SLUG.example.com
name: review/$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME
url: https://$CI_COMMIT_REF_SLUG.example.com
```
It is assumed that the user has already setup NGINX and GitLab Runner in the
......@@ -526,7 +526,7 @@ deploy_review:
script:
- echo "Deploy a review app"
environment:
name: review/$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME
name: review/$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME
url: https://$CI_ENVIRONMENT_SLUG.example.com
on_stop: stop_review
only:
......@@ -542,7 +542,7 @@ stop_review:
- echo "Remove review app"
when: manual
environment:
name: review/$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME
name: review/$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME
action: stop
```
......@@ -568,13 +568,13 @@ You can read more in the [`.gitlab-ci.yml` reference][onstop].
As we've seen in the [dynamic environments](#dynamic-environments), you can
prepend their name with a word, then followed by a `/` and finally the branch
name which is automatically defined by the `CI_BUILD_REF_NAME` variable.
name which is automatically defined by the `CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME` variable.
In short, environments that are named like `type/foo` are presented under a
group named `type`.
In our minimal example, we name the environments `review/$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME`
where `$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME` is the branch name:
In our minimal example, we name the environments `review/$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME`
where `$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME` is the branch name:
```yaml
deploy_review:
......@@ -582,7 +582,7 @@ deploy_review:
script:
- echo "Deploy a review app"
environment:
name: review/$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME
name: review/$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME
```
In that case, if you visit the Environments page, and provided the branches
......
......@@ -80,7 +80,7 @@ The process of adding Review Apps in your workflow would look like:
1. [Install][install-runner] and [configure][conf-runner] a Runner that does
the deployment.
1. Set up a job in `.gitlab-ci.yml` that uses the predefined
[predefined CI environment variable][variables] `${CI_BUILD_REF_NAME}` to
[predefined CI environment variable][variables] `${CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME}` to
create dynamic environments and restrict it to run only on branches.
1. Optionally set a job that [manually stops][manual-env] the Review Apps.
......
......@@ -236,18 +236,18 @@ Running on runner-8a2f473d-project-1796893-concurrent-0 via runner-8a2f473d-mach
++ CI=true
++ export CI_DEBUG_TRACE=false
++ CI_DEBUG_TRACE=false
++ export CI_BUILD_REF=dd648b2e48ce6518303b0bb580b2ee32fadaf045
++ CI_BUILD_REF=dd648b2e48ce6518303b0bb580b2ee32fadaf045
++ export CI_BUILD_BEFORE_SHA=dd648b2e48ce6518303b0bb580b2ee32fadaf045
++ CI_BUILD_BEFORE_SHA=dd648b2e48ce6518303b0bb580b2ee32fadaf045
++ export CI_BUILD_REF_NAME=master
++ CI_BUILD_REF_NAME=master
++ export CI_BUILD_ID=7046507
++ CI_BUILD_ID=7046507
++ export CI_BUILD_REPO=https://gitlab-ci-token:[email protected]/gitlab-examples/ci-debug-trace.git
++ CI_BUILD_REPO=https://gitlab-ci-token:[email protected]/gitlab-examples/ci-debug-trace.git
++ export CI_BUILD_TOKEN=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
++ CI_BUILD_TOKEN=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
++ export CI_COMMIT_REF=dd648b2e48ce6518303b0bb580b2ee32fadaf045
++ CI_COMMIT_REF=dd648b2e48ce6518303b0bb580b2ee32fadaf045
++ export CI_COMMIT_BEFORE_SHA=dd648b2e48ce6518303b0bb580b2ee32fadaf045
++ CI_COMMIT_BEFORE_SHA=dd648b2e48ce6518303b0bb580b2ee32fadaf045
++ export CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME=master
++ CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME=master
++ export CI_JOB_ID=7046507
++ CI_JOB_ID=7046507
++ export CI_REPOSITORY_URL=https://gitlab-ci-token:[email protected]/gitlab-examples/ci-debug-trace.git
++ CI_REPOSITORY_URL=https://gitlab-ci-token:[email protected]/gitlab-examples/ci-debug-trace.git
++ export CI_JOB_TOKEN=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
++ CI_JOB_TOKEN=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
++ export CI_PROJECT_ID=1796893
++ CI_PROJECT_ID=1796893
++ export CI_PROJECT_DIR=/builds/gitlab-examples/ci-debug-trace
......@@ -266,20 +266,20 @@ Running on runner-8a2f473d-project-1796893-concurrent-0 via runner-8a2f473d-mach
++ CI=true
++ export GITLAB_CI=true
++ GITLAB_CI=true
++ export CI_BUILD_ID=7046507
++ CI_BUILD_ID=7046507
++ export CI_BUILD_TOKEN=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
++ CI_BUILD_TOKEN=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
++ export CI_BUILD_REF=dd648b2e48ce6518303b0bb580b2ee32fadaf045
++ CI_BUILD_REF=dd648b2e48ce6518303b0bb580b2ee32fadaf045
++ export CI_BUILD_BEFORE_SHA=dd648b2e48ce6518303b0bb580b2ee32fadaf045
++ CI_BUILD_BEFORE_SHA=dd648b2e48ce6518303b0bb580b2ee32fadaf045
++ export CI_BUILD_REF_NAME=master
++ CI_BUILD_REF_NAME=master
++ export CI_BUILD_NAME=debug_trace
++ CI_BUILD_NAME=debug_trace
++ export CI_BUILD_STAGE=test
++ CI_BUILD_STAGE=test
++ export CI_JOB_ID=7046507
++ CI_JOB_ID=7046507
++ export CI_JOB_TOKEN=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
++ CI_JOB_TOKEN=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
++ export CI_COMMIT_REF=dd648b2e48ce6518303b0bb580b2ee32fadaf045
++ CI_COMMIT_REF=dd648b2e48ce6518303b0bb580b2ee32fadaf045
++ export CI_COMMIT_BEFORE_SHA=dd648b2e48ce6518303b0bb580b2ee32fadaf045
++ CI_COMMIT_BEFORE_SHA=dd648b2e48ce6518303b0bb580b2ee32fadaf045
++ export CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME=master
++ CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME=master
++ export CI_COMMIT_NAME=debug_trace
++ CI_JOB_NAME=debug_trace
++ export CI_JOB_STAGE=test
++ CI_JOB_STAGE=test
++ export CI_SERVER_NAME=GitLab
++ CI_SERVER_NAME=GitLab
++ export CI_SERVER_VERSION=8.14.3-ee
......
......@@ -153,7 +153,7 @@ thus allowing to fine tune them. Variables can be also defined on a
[job level](#job-variables).
Except for the user defined variables, there are also the ones set up by the
Runner itself. One example would be `CI_BUILD_REF_NAME` which has the value of
Runner itself. One example would be `CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME` which has the value of
the branch or tag name for which project is built. Apart from the variables
you can set in `.gitlab-ci.yml`, there are also the so called secret variables
which can be set in GitLab's UI.
......@@ -252,7 +252,7 @@ To enable per-job caching:
```yaml
cache:
key: "$CI_BUILD_NAME"
key: "$CI_JOB_NAME"
untracked: true
```
......@@ -260,7 +260,7 @@ To enable per-branch caching:
```yaml
cache:
key: "$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME"
key: "$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME"
untracked: true
```
......@@ -268,7 +268,7 @@ To enable per-job and per-branch caching:
```yaml
cache:
key: "$CI_BUILD_NAME/$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME"
key: "$CI_JOB_NAME/$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME"
untracked: true
```
......@@ -276,7 +276,7 @@ To enable per-branch and per-stage caching:
```yaml
cache:
key: "$CI_BUILD_STAGE/$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME"
key: "$CI_JOB_STAGE/$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME"
untracked: true
```
......@@ -285,7 +285,7 @@ If you use **Windows Batch** to run your shell scripts you need to replace
```yaml
cache:
key: "%CI_BUILD_STAGE%/%CI_BUILD_REF_NAME%"
key: "%CI_JOB_STAGE%/%CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME%"
untracked: true
```
......@@ -739,12 +739,12 @@ deploy as review app:
stage: deploy
script: make deploy
environment:
name: review/$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME
name: review/$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME
url: https://$CI_ENVIRONMENT_SLUG.example.com/
```
The `deploy as review app` job will be marked as deployment to dynamically
create the `review/$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME` environment, where `$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME`
create the `review/$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME` environment, where `$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME`
is an [environment variable][variables] set by the Runner. The
`$CI_ENVIRONMENT_SLUG` variable is based on the environment name, but suitable
for inclusion in URLs. In this case, if the `deploy as review app` job was run
......@@ -850,7 +850,7 @@ To create an archive with a name of the current job:
```yaml
job:
artifacts:
name: "$CI_BUILD_NAME"
name: "$CI_JOB_NAME"
```
To create an archive with a name of the current branch or tag including only
......@@ -859,7 +859,7 @@ the files that are untracked by Git:
```yaml
job:
artifacts:
name: "$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME"
name: "$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME"
untracked: true
```
......@@ -869,7 +869,7 @@ tag including only the files that are untracked by Git:
```yaml
job:
artifacts:
name: "${CI_BUILD_NAME}_${CI_BUILD_REF_NAME}"
name: "${CI_JOB_NAME}_${CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME}"
untracked: true
```
......@@ -878,7 +878,7 @@ To create an archive with a name of the current [stage](#stages) and branch name
```yaml
job:
artifacts:
name: "${CI_BUILD_STAGE}_${CI_BUILD_REF_NAME}"
name: "${CI_JOB_STAGE}_${CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME}"
untracked: true
```
......@@ -890,7 +890,7 @@ If you use **Windows Batch** to run your shell scripts you need to replace
```yaml
job:
artifacts:
name: "%CI_BUILD_STAGE%_%CI_BUILD_REF_NAME%"
name: "%CI_JOB_STAGE%_%CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME%"
untracked: true
```
......
......@@ -119,7 +119,7 @@ And then the users could also use it in their CI jobs all Docker related
commands to interact with GitLab Container Registry. For example:
```
docker login -u gitlab-ci-token -p $CI_BUILD_TOKEN registry.gitlab.com
docker login -u gitlab-ci-token -p $CI_JOB_TOKEN registry.gitlab.com
```
Using single token had multiple security implications:
......@@ -208,7 +208,7 @@ This is how an example usage can look like:
```
test:
script:
- docker login -u gitlab-ci-token -p $CI_BUILD_TOKEN $CI_REGISTRY
- docker login -u gitlab-ci-token -p $CI_JOB_TOKEN $CI_REGISTRY
- docker pull $CI_REGISTRY/group/other-project:latest
- docker run $CI_REGISTRY/group/other-project:latest
```
......
......@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@ namespace :gitlab do
task :ee_compat_check, [:branch] => :environment do |_, args|
opts =
if ENV['CI']
{ branch: ENV['CI_BUILD_REF_NAME'] }
{ branch: ENV['CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME'] }
else
unless args[:branch]
puts "Must specify a branch as an argument".color(:red)
......
......@@ -45,10 +45,10 @@ describe ExpandVariables do
{ key: 'variable', value: 'value' },
{ key: 'variable2', value: 'result' }
] },
{ value: 'review/$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME',
{ value: 'review/$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME',
result: 'review/feature/add-review-apps',
variables: [
{ key: 'CI_BUILD_REF_NAME', value: 'feature/add-review-apps' }
{ key: 'CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME', value: 'feature/add-review-apps' }
] },
]
......
......@@ -151,8 +151,8 @@ describe Gitlab::Ci::Config::Entry::Environment do
context 'when variables are used for environment' do
let(:config) do
{ name: 'review/$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME',
url: 'https://$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME.review.gitlab.com' }
{ name: 'review/$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME',
url: 'https://$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME.review.gitlab.com' }
end
describe '#valid?' do
......
......@@ -239,7 +239,7 @@ describe Environment, models: true do
describe '#actions_for' do
let(:deployment) { create(:deployment, environment: environment) }
let(:pipeline) { deployment.deployable.pipeline }
let!(:review_action) { create(:ci_build, :manual, name: 'review-apps', pipeline: pipeline, environment: 'review/$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME' )}
let!(:review_action) { create(:ci_build, :manual, name: 'review-apps', pipeline: pipeline, environment: 'review/$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME' )}
let!(:production_action) { create(:ci_build, :manual, name: 'production', pipeline: pipeline, environment: 'production' )}
it 'returns a list of actions with matching environment' do
......
......@@ -312,8 +312,8 @@ describe API::Runner do
end
let(:expected_variables) do
[{ 'key' => 'CI_BUILD_NAME', 'value' => 'spinach', 'public' => true },
{ 'key' => 'CI_BUILD_STAGE', 'value' => 'test', 'public' => true },
[{ 'key' => 'CI_JOB_NAME', 'value' => 'spinach', 'public' => true },
{ 'key' => 'CI_JOB_STAGE', 'value' => 'test', 'public' => true },
{ 'key' => 'DB_NAME', 'value' => 'postgres', 'public' => true }]
end
......@@ -437,9 +437,9 @@ describe API::Runner do
context 'when triggered job is available' do
let(:expected_variables) do
[{ 'key' => 'CI_BUILD_NAME', 'value' => 'spinach', 'public' => true },
{ 'key' => 'CI_BUILD_STAGE', 'value' => 'test', 'public' => true },
{ 'key' => 'CI_BUILD_TRIGGERED', 'value' => 'true', 'public' => true },
[{ 'key' => 'CI_JOB_NAME', 'value' => 'spinach', 'public' => true },
{ 'key' => 'CI_JOB_STAGE', 'value' => 'test', 'public' => true },
{ 'key' => 'CI_PIPELINE_TRIGGERED', 'value' => 'true', 'public' => true },
{ 'key' => 'DB_NAME', 'value' => 'postgres', 'public' => true },
{ 'key' => 'SECRET_KEY', 'value' => 'secret_value', 'public' => false },
{ 'key' => 'TRIGGER_KEY_1', 'value' => 'TRIGGER_VALUE_1', 'public' => false }]
......
......@@ -81,8 +81,8 @@ describe Ci::API::Builds do
expect(runner.reload.platform).to eq("darwin")
expect(json_response["options"]).to eq({ "image" => "ruby:2.1", "services" => ["postgres"] })
expect(json_response["variables"]).to include(
{ "key" => "CI_BUILD_NAME", "value" => "spinach", "public" => true },
{ "key" => "CI_BUILD_STAGE", "value" => "test", "public" => true },
{ "key" => "CI_JOB_NAME", "value" => "spinach", "public" => true },
{ "key" => "CI_JOB_STAGE", "value" => "test", "public" => true },
{ "key" => "DB_NAME", "value" => "postgres", "public" => true }
)
end
......@@ -182,9 +182,9 @@ describe Ci::API::Builds do
expect(response).to have_http_status(201)
expect(json_response["variables"]).to include(
{ "key" => "CI_BUILD_NAME", "value" => "spinach", "public" => true },
{ "key" => "CI_BUILD_STAGE", "value" => "test", "public" => true },
{ "key" => "CI_BUILD_TRIGGERED", "value" => "true", "public" => true },
{ "key" => "CI_JOB_NAME", "value" => "spinach", "public" => true },
{ "key" => "CI_JOB_STAGE", "value" => "test", "public" => true },
{ "key" => "CI_PIPELINE_TRIGGERED", "value" => "true", "public" => true },
{ "key" => "DB_NAME", "value" => "postgres", "public" => true },
{ "key" => "SECRET_KEY", "value" => "secret_value", "public" => false },
{ "key" => "TRIGGER_KEY_1", "value" => "TRIGGER_VALUE_1", "public" => false },
......
......@@ -200,7 +200,7 @@ describe Ci::CreatePipelineService, services: true do
context 'with environment' do
before do
config = YAML.dump(deploy: { environment: { name: "review/$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME" }, script: 'ls' })
config = YAML.dump(deploy: { environment: { name: "review/$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME" }, script: 'ls' })
stub_ci_pipeline_yaml_file(config)
end
......
......@@ -104,16 +104,16 @@ describe CreateDeploymentService, services: true do
context 'when variables are used' do
let(:params) do
{
environment: 'review-apps/$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME',
environment: 'review-apps/$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME',
ref: 'master',
tag: false,
sha: '97de212e80737a608d939f648d959671fb0a0142',
options: {
name: 'review-apps/$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME',
url: 'http://$CI_BUILD_REF_NAME.review-apps.gitlab.com'
name: 'review-apps/$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME',
url: 'http://$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME.review-apps.gitlab.com'
},
variables: [
{ key: 'CI_BUILD_REF_NAME', value: 'feature-review-apps' }
{ key: 'CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME', value: 'feature-review-apps' }
]
}
end
......
......@@ -15,9 +15,9 @@ module SimpleCovEnv
def configure_job
SimpleCov.configure do
if ENV['CI_BUILD_NAME']
coverage_dir "coverage/#{ENV['CI_BUILD_NAME']}"
command_name ENV['CI_BUILD_NAME']
if ENV['CI_JOB_NAME']
coverage_dir "coverage/#{ENV['CI_JOB_NAME']}"
command_name ENV['CI_JOB_NAME']
end
if ENV['CI']
......
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