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from buildbot.plugins import reporters c['services'].append(reporters.BitbucketStatusPush('oauth_key', 'oauth_secret'))
BitbucketStatusPush publishes build status using Bitbucket Build Status API.
The build status is published to a specific commit SHA in Bitbucket.
It tracks the last build for each builder and each commit built.
It requires txrequests package to allow interaction with the Bitbucket REST and OAuth APIs.
It uses OAuth 2.x to authenticate with Bitbucket. To enable this, you need to go to your Bitbucket Settings -> OAuth page. Click “Add consumer”. Give the new consumer a name, e.g. ‘buildbot’, and put in any URL as the callback (this is needed for Oauth 2.x but is not used by this reporter), e.g. ‘http://localhost:8010/callback’. Give the consumer Repositories:Write access. After creating the consumer, you will then be able to see the OAuth key and secret.
BitbucketStatusPush(oauth_key, oauth_secret, base_url='https://api.bitbucket.org/2.0/repositories', oauth_url='https://bitbucket.org/site/oauth2/access_token', generators=None)¶
oauth_key (string) – The OAuth consumer key. (can be a Secret)
oauth_secret (string) – The OAuth consumer secret. (can be a Secret)
base_url (string) – Bitbucket’s Build Status API URL
oauth_url (string) – Bitbucket’s OAuth API URL
generators – 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.
verify (boolean) – Disable ssl verification for the case you use temporary self signed certificates
debug (boolean) – Logs every requests and their response