GitHub Actions Manager
The GitHub Actions Op utilizes Git and GitHub to manage GitHub Actions from the commmand line.
To run this or any other Op, install the Ops Platform.
Find information about how to run and build Ops via the Ops Platform Documentation
This Op also requires API Key for GitHub and an URL of a GitHub repository that has GitHub Actions already configured.
- To create one, refer to the instructions here
- Set GitHub Access Token to
GITHUB_TOKENin team secrets by running
- Once you have registered your GitHub personal access token in secrets, the Op will automatically fetch the key from your team's secret storage!
You would also require a GitHub repository that has a GitHub action workflow already set up.
For details on how to set up a GitHub action please visit here
ops run @cto.ai/github-actions
/ops run cto.ai/github-actions
Running the Op will guide you through a series of prompts to setup and start managing GitHub Actions.
- Workflow Management
- Re-name workflows and update workflow triggers
- Review workflow run logs and re-run cancelled workflow runs
- Secrets Management
- List and review registered secrets in repository
- Add and delete secrets for repository
- The operation to re-run a workflow run is only limited to workflow runs that have a 'cancelled' state
- The maximum number of secrets a repository is able to have is 100. Each secret must be less than 64 KB in size. For storing secrets larger than 64 KB refer to GitHub's documentation here: Limits for GitHub Secrets
- There are many more trigger events available for workflows. As this Op is a proof of concept, only basic triggers are used. A deeper dive into the available triggers for workflows can be found here: GitHub Actions Triggers
When submitting issues or requesting help, be sure to also include the version information. To get your ops version run:
See the contributing docs for more information