Push coverage report out of an Gitlab CI Runner

erstellt von Steffen Lindner zuletzt geändert: 2017-02-06T18:26:17+02:00
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For our Plone/Python projects we often generate coverage reports as HTML sites, this posts show how you can push this report out of the Gitlab CI Runner.

 Save FTP Password & Login as secret variables in Gitlab > Settings > Variables. They can be accessed in the .gitlab-ci.yml as $FTPLOGIN & $FTPPASSWORD.

 gitlab_variables.png

Here is our .coveragerc file, which sets the output directory:

 [report]
include =
    src/plone.site/*
omit =
    */test*
    */upgrades/*
    */browser/dummy.py
[html]
directory = parts/test/htmlreport
title = Plone Project

And our .gitlab-ci.yml:

before_script:
    - /usr/bin/virtualenv .
    - ./bootstrap_ci.sh
job1:
  script:
     - export DISPLAY=:99
     - ./bin/code-analysis
     - ./bin/coverage erase
     - ./bin/coverage run -p --source=src bin/test || exit 1
     - ./bin/coverage combine
     - ./bin/coverage html
     - ./bin/coverage report
        # Stage robot
     - ./bin/test --all -t 'robot' || exit 1
     - cd parts/test/htmlreport/ && find . -type f -exec curl --ftp-create-dirs -T {} -u $FTPLOGIN:$FTPPASSWORD ftp://45.54.45.54/uhlmann/$CI_BUILD_ID/{} \;
  artifacts:
        expire_in: 1 week
        paths:
            - parts/test/

The interesting part is the curl one, it uploads all coverage files to a FTP server.

If your static webserver is public accessible use basic auth with a .htaccess file:

htpasswd -c .htpasswd starzel

.htaccess file:

AuthUserFile /var/www/htdocs/.htpasswd
AuthGroupFile /dev/null
AuthName "Please Enter Password"
AuthType Basic
Require valid-user

Better integration into Gitlab coming soon as Gitlab Pages see this Pull Request.

Todo:

  - Cron to delete old directories.

  - Upload files if robot / code-analysis failed.

 

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