Jenkins Google Summer of Code 2020 Student. Kezhi is an open source enthusiast who enjoys sharing ideas with other developers. He started contributing to Jenkins in March 2020. Currently, he is working on GitHub Checks API Plugin.
This blog post is about our phase 3 progress on GitHub Checks API Project, you can find our previous blog posts for phase 1 and phase 2.
At the end of this summer, the GSoC journey for GitHub Checks API Project comes to an end as well.
In this blog post, I’ll show you our works during the last month:
Rerun Request Support
Git SCM Support
Another great coding phase for GitHub Checks API Project ends!
In this phase, we focused on consuming the checks API in two widely used plugins:
Warnings NG Plugin
Code Coverage API Plugin
Besides the external usage, we have also split the general checks API from its GitHub implementation and released both of the plugins:
Checks API Plugin
GitHub Checks Plugin
Coding Phase 2 Demo [starts from 25:20]
The newly released Warnings...
This blog post is about our coding phase 1 progress on GSoC project: GitHub Checks API Plugin.
The GitHub Checks API is a highly customized way to integrate CI tools to make reports for pull-requests (PRs).
It allows users to see CI reports on GitHub pages directly.
Figure 1. GitHub Check Run Screenshot from GitHub Docs
What’s more exciting is that it can leave annotations on specific lines...
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