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Latest version: v1.6.6

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Abstruse 2.x.x

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Abstruse 2.x.x is a lightweight, yet powerful distributed CI/CD written in Golang. It features embedded etcd server for scheduling and service discovery, integrated private Docker Registry for synchronization of nodes, and a new frontend design with useful features for better user experience. Its default configuration uses single node cluster with n workers, however, this cluster can be easily extended with more nodes if necessary. We used gorm package for implementing the storage, users can choose between mysql, postgresql and mssql.

This is a work in progress for v2.0.0 relase, if you are looking for Node.JS based v1.x.x version please check here.

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Get the Demo Running

If you are interested about the status of this project, the easiest way to get Abstruse 2.x running is:

$ make docker
$ docker-compose -f configs/demo/default/docker-compose.yml up -d

This command will run abstruse-server with a single worker node abstruse-worker and MySQL database. You should be able to open up the installation wizard in your browser at http://localhost:4400 and finish the setup.

Building the Project from Source

To build the project from source, first clone or download repository, then:

$ make install_dependencies
$ make

Development

If you are interested in helping with the new release, you can get the development environment running like:

$ make install_dependencies

This will install all dependencies for building the project. Please note that you need Node.JS, yarn and go installed, preferably latest releases.

For UI development run:

$ cd web/abstruse
$ yarn start

For abstruse-server development with live-reload enabled run:

$ make dev

And for abstruse-worker development with live-reload run:

$ make dev_worker

License

See the license.


*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the abstruse README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.