Loci runs CI tests locally to make sure your commits will pass such tests before pushing to a remote repository.
If your current directory has
.travis.yml, run just
Here is the help text of the
loci [global options] [script file] If script file isn't given, .travis.yml will be used. GLOBAL OPTIONS: --name NAME, -n NAME creating a container named NAME to run tests, and that container will not be deleted. --tag TAG, -t TAG creating an image named TAG. --base TAG, -b TAG use image TAG as the base image. (default: "ubuntu:latest") --verbose verbose mode, which prints Dockerfile and entrypoint.sh. --apt-proxy URL URL for a proxy server of apt repository. [$APT_PROXY] --pypi-proxy URL URL for a proxy server of pypi repository. [$PYPI_PROXY] --http-proxy URL URL for a http proxy server. [$HTTP_PROXY] --https-proxy URL URL for a https proxy server. [$HTTPS_PROXY] --no-proxy LIST Comma separated URL LIST for which proxies won't be used. [$NO_PROXY] --help, -h show help --version, -v print the version
$XYZ means that environment variable
$XYZ will be used if the associated option value isn’t given.
Loci builds docker images every time to run tests in a sandbox. The default image name will be the repository name of the project with prefix
loci/, you can specify another name with
Loci creates a container to run a set of tests, and then deletes it after the test set ends. If you want to keep the container, give a container name with
Loci works with docker.
If your environment doesn’t have docker, install it first.
$ go get github.com/jkawamoto/loci
or if you’re a Homebrew user,
$ brew tap jkawamoto/loci $ brew install loci
Compiled binaries are also available in Github.
This software is released under the MIT License, see LICENSE.