System for distributed polyglot, multi-module, multi-architecture development and CI/CD.
dibs, short for
system, enables polyglot, multi-module, multi-architecture development and CI/CD without the configuration overhead one would normally need. During development, it can be called from either Skaffold for cloud-native development or be used natively with
Prebuilt binaries are available on the releases page.
A Go package is available.
dibs is configured by using a config file.
To use dibs with GitLab CI/CD, see the example GitLab CI/CD configuration file.
% dibs -help Usage of dibs: -build Build the project -buildChart Build the Helm chart of the project -buildImage Build the Docker image of the project -buildManifest Build a Docker manifest. It will add all images of the specified platforms; to add all, set -platform to "*". -chartTests Run the chart tests of the project -configFile string The config file to use (default "dibs.yaml") -context string The config file to use -dev Start the development flow for the project -docker Run in Docker -generateSources Generate the sources for the project -imageTests Run the image tests of the project -integrationTests Run the integration tests of the project -platform string The identifier of the platform to use. This may also be set with the TARGETPLATFORM env variable; a value of "*" runs for all platforms. (default "linux/amd64") -publish Publish the project -pushBinary Push the binary of the project. This command requires the following env variables to be set: - DIBS_GITHUB_USER_NAME - DIBS_GITHUB_TOKEN - DIBS_GITHUB_REPOSITORY -pushChart Push the Helm chart of the project. This command requires the following env variables to be set: - DIBS_GIT_USER_NAME - DIBS_GIT_USER_EMAIL - DIBS_GIT_COMMIT_MESSAGE - DIBS_GITHUB_USER_NAME - DIBS_GITHUB_TOKEN - DIBS_GITHUB_REPOSITORY_NAME - DIBS_GITHUB_REPOSITORY_URL - DIBS_GITHUB_PAGES_URL -pushImage Push the Docker image of the project -pushManifest Push the Docker manifest of the project -skipTests Skip the tests for the project -target string The name of the target to use. This may also be set with the DIBS_TARGET env variable; a value of "*" runs all targets. (default "linux") -unitTests Run the unit tests of the project
dibs (c) 2020 Felix Pojtinger