This command keeps npm dependencies up-to-date by making pull requests from CI.
This is inspired by bitjourney/ci-npm-update.
yarn global add ci-yarn-upgrade
You can add environment variables using the Project settings > Environment Variables page of your project.
this command is pushing from build, so you should add read/write deployment key at Project settings > Checkout SSH keys page of your project.
our complete example is here.
Official Node image contains
yarn command now.
docker: - image: node:10-alpine
ci-yarn-upgrade uses newer git feature.
run: apk add --update --no-cache git openssh-client
In the example below, the
scheculed-upgrade workflow is configured to run every wednesday at 13:00pm UTC.
jobs: yarn-upgrade: docker: - image: node:10-alpine steps: - run: apk add --update --no-cache git openssh-client - checkout - run: yarn global add ci-yarn-upgrade - run: yarn install - run: ci-yarn-upgrade --execute --verbose; workflows: version: 2 scheculed-upgrade: triggers: - schedule: cron: "0 13 * * 3" filters: branches: only: - master jobs: - yarn-upgrade
By default, ci-yarn-upgrade runs in dry-run mode.
this command works locally and output result to standard output.
if you set
--execute, this command push branch to remote, and make a pull request.
Usage: ci-yarn-upgrade [options] Keep NPM dependencies up-to-date with CI, providing version-to-version diff for each library Options: -h, --help output usage information -V, --version output the version number -n, --username <username> specify the commit auther name. You may set GIT_USER_NAME to environment variable. -e, --useremail <useremail> specify the commit auther email. You may set GIT_USER_EMAIL to environment variable. -t, --token <token> specify personal access token for GitHub. use only for debugging purpose. You should set GITHUB_ACCESS_TOKEN to environment variable. --execute if you don't specify this option, allows you to test this application. -L, --latest if you specify this option, upgrades packages ignores the version range specified in package.json -v, --verbose shows details about the running ci-yarn-upgrade -k, --keep if you specify this option, keep working branch after all. --prefix <prefix> specify working branch prefix. default prefix is "yarn-upgrade/" --workingdir <path> specify project root dir. it contains package.json. default path is /path/to/myproject --with-shadows if you specify this option, shows shadow dependencies changes.
git clone https://github.com/taichi/ci-yarn-upgrade cd ci-yarn-upgrade yarn install
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