GoReleaser was built from the very first commit with the idea of running it as part of the CI pipeline in mind.
Let’s see how we can get it working on popular CI software.
You may want to setup your project to auto-deploy your new tags on Travis, for example:
# .travis.yml language: go addons: apt: packages: # needed for the nfpm pipe: - rpm # needed for the snap pipe: - snapcraft env: # needed for the snap pipe: - PATH=/snap/bin:$PATH install: # needed for the snap pipe: - sudo snap install snapcraft --classic # needed for the docker pipe services: - docker after_success: # docker login is required if you want to push docker images. # DOCKER_PASSWORD should be a secret in your .travis.yml configuration. - test -n "$TRAVIS_TAG" && docker login -u=myuser -p="$DOCKER_PASSWORD" # calls goreleaser deploy: - provider: script skip_cleanup: true script: curl -sL https://git.io/goreleaser | bash on: tags: true condition: $TRAVIS_OS_NAME = linux
Note the last line (
condition: $TRAVIS_OS_NAME = linux): it is important
if you run a build matrix with multiple Go versions and/or multiple OSes. If
that’s the case you will want to make sure GoReleaser is run just once.
Here is how to do it with CircleCI 2.0:
# .circleci/config.yml version: 2 jobs: release: docker: - image: circleci/golang:1.10 steps: - checkout - run: curl -sL https://git.io/goreleaser | bash workflows: version: 2 release: jobs: - release: filters: branches: ignore: /.*/ tags: only: /v[0-9]+(\.[0-9]+)*(-.*)*/
By default, drone does not fetch tags.
plugins/git is used with default values,
in most cases we’ll need overwrite the
clone step enabling tags in order to make
goreleaser work correctly.
In this example we’re creating a new release every time a new tag is pushed.
Note that you’ll need to enable
tags in repo settings and add
pipeline: clone: image: plugins/git tags: true test: image: golang:1.10 commands: - go test ./... -race release: image: golang:1.10 secrets: [github_token] commands: curl -sL https://git.io/goreleaser | bash when: event: tag
Last updated by Ricardo N Feliciano on September 17, 2018.