This describes aspects of Continuous Integration setup specifically for OpenCraft, and is of limited interest for external contributors.
CI specific env file
Because we couldn't find a way to establish DNS/hostname for each container in circleci, we had to build an additional env file for CI.
Only below variables in
.env.test.ci differ from
# .env.test DATABASE_URL='postgres://opencraft@postgresql/opencraft' DEFAULT_INSTANCE_MYSQL_URL='mysql://root:opencraft@mysqldb:3306' DEFAULT_INSTANCE_MONGO_URL='mongodb://opencraft:opencraft@mongodb:27017'
# .env.test.ci DATABASE_URL='postgres://localhost/opencraft' DEFAULT_INSTANCE_MYSQL_URL='mysql://firstname.lastname@example.org' DEFAULT_INSTANCE_MONGO_URL='mongodb://127.0.0.1'
Reason: When using docker-compose locally, we may connect to services by their names, for example, to connect to postgresql from another container, we can use a url like this: postgres://opencraft@postgresql/opencraft, but postgres is only available on localhost inside circleci.
Cleaning up left-over resources
Test runs (especially failing ones) may occasionally leave behind resources that, over time, clutter the underlying infrastructure.
To avoid this, there is a
scheduled-cleanup CircleCI workflow
that regularly runs the
If necessary (usually when testing changes to it), the job may be run on-demand
by pushing to the