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from buildbot.plugins import reporters ss = reporters.BitbucketServerStatusPush('https://bitbucketserver.example.com:8080/', 'bitbucketserver_username', 'secret_password') c['services'].append(ss)
BitbucketServerStatusPush publishes build status using BitbucketServer Build Integration REST API.
The build status is published to a specific commit SHA in Bitbucket Server.
It tracks the last build for each builderName for each commit built.
Specifically, it follows the Updating build status for commits document.
It requires txrequests package to allow interaction with Bitbucket Server REST API.
It uses HTTP Basic AUTH. As a result, we recommend you use https in your base_url rather than http.
- class BitbucketServerStatusPush(base_url, user, password, key=None, statusName=None, generators=None, verbose=False)¶
base_url (string) – The base url of the Bitbucket Server host, up to and optionally including the first / of the path.
user (string) – The Bitbucket Server user to post as. (can be a Secret)
password (string) – The Bitbucket Server user’s password. (can be a Secret)
key (renderable string) – Passed to Bitbucket Server to differentiate between statuses. A static string can be passed or
Interpolatefor dynamic substitution. The default key is %(prop:buildername)s.
statusName (renderable string) – The name that is displayed for this status. The default name is nothing, so Bitbucket Server will use the
generators (list of IReportGenerator instances) – A list of report generators that will be used to generate reports to be sent by this reporter. Currently the reporter will consider only the report generated by the first generator.
verbose (boolean) – If True, logs a message for each successful status push.
verify (boolean) – Disable ssl verification for the case you use temporary self signed certificates
debug (boolean) – Logs every requests and their response