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Every piece of code should be tested regularly. Ideally developers already implement unit-tests to test the functionality of code sections. Some projects even implement a suite of integration tests, testing whether the code in different parts of the software works as a whole and (still) provides the functionality the software promises to deliver. Running these tests regularly (or continuously) is the job of a Continuous Integration solution. The results of the tests are displayed to the project members and maintainers, enabling them to identify problems and react if errors occur.
Onboarding requires a few manual steps, as to prevent the abuse of Codeberg's limited resources. You will need to request access by filling out this form. Eventually, a Codeberg volunteer will review your request and grant you access.
In order to ensure a fast approval, please take a minute to read about the criteria that your project has to adhere to.
After your request gets approved, you will be able to login to ci.codeberg.org. To start builds for your repository, you must enable them in Woodpecker specifically using https://ci.codeberg.org/repos/add.
For the usage of our Woodpecker instance, keep the following in mind:
If you are curious about Woodpecker or are already using a third-party Woodpecker instance, please consult Woodpecker's documentation.
You can alternatively host your own Woodpecker instance and link it to Codeberg. This will give you a lot more freedom and capabilities with the downside of having to utilize your own hardware. Please consult Woodpecker's Forgejo integration documentation for more information.
Forgejo, the software Codeberg is built on, offers a CI/CD feature called Actions. It offers compatibility with GitHub Actions, with some differences.
Further information such as how to run it is available in Using Forgejo Actions (Self-hosted) page.
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