datakit-bridge-github

AuthorsThomas Leonard, Magnus Skjegstad, David Scott and Thomas Gazagnaire
LicenseApache
Homepagehttps://github.com/moby/datakit
Issue Trackerhttps://github.com/moby/datakit/issues
Maintainerthomas@gazagnaire.org
Dependencies
&asl
cmdliner
conduit
datakit>= 0.10.0&0.11.0
datakit-client>= 0.10.0&0.11.0
datakit-github>= 0.10.0&0.11.0
datakit-server>= 0.10.0&0.11.0
fmt
github>= 2.2.0&3.0.0
github-hooks>= 0.1.1&0.2.0
hex
hvsock>= 0.8.1
jbuilder1.0+beta12
logs
lwt>= 2.7.1
mtime1.0.0
nocrypto
prometheus-app
protocol-9p0.9.0
uri>= 1.8.0
win-eventlog
PublishedMay 3, 2017
Source [http] https://github.com/moby/datakit/releases/download/0.10.0/datakit-0.10.0.tbz
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A bi-directional bridge between the GitHub API and Datakit

The package provides a bi-directional bridge between the GitHub API and Datakit, so you can talk to the GitHub API using filesystem and Git-like commands only. The datakit-github programs can start a webhook server to listen for GitHub events in real time, and project it into a Git repository. It also monitors that Git repository for user-provided changes, and translate them into GitHub API calls.

No package is dependent