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A module to manage Gitea to enjoy self-hosted Git

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Version information

  • 1.0.4 (latest)
  • 1.0.3
  • 1.0.2
  • 1.0.1
released Nov 13th 2017
This version is compatible with:
  • Puppet Enterprise 2018.1.x, 2017.3.x, 2017.2.x, 2016.4.x
  • Puppet >= 4.10.8 < 6.0.0
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  • Bolt
  • Manual installation
  • Direct download

Add this module to your Puppetfile:

mod 'kogitoapp-gitea', '1.0.4'
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Add this module to your Bolt project:

bolt module add kogitoapp-gitea
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Manually install this module globally with Puppet module tool:

puppet module install kogitoapp-gitea --version 1.0.4

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kogitoapp/gitea — version 1.0.4 Nov 13th 2017

puppet-gitea

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Description

A Puppet module for managing Gitea (Git with a cup of tea) settings. This module allows you to install and configure Gitea using pre-built binaries and does not need external package repositories. You can chose to install Gitea with default settings, or customize all settings to your liking.

Setup

What Gitea affects

  • puppet-gitea depends on
  • it install dependencies for gitea: curl, git and tar
  • it manages a user and group git
  • it manages the gitea directory (/opt/gitea) and the repositories (/var/git)
  • it install a gitea service listening on port 3000

Beginning with Gitea

The simplest use case is to rely on defaults. This can be done by simply including the class:

include ::gitea

Reference

Class: gitea

class { 'gitea':
    package_ensure => 'present',
    dependencies_ensure => 'present',
    dependencies => ['curl', 'git', 'tar'],
    manage_user => true,
    manage_group => true,
    manage_home => true,
    owner => 'git',
    group => 'git',
    home => '/home/git',
    version => '1.1.0',
    checksum => '59cd3fb52292712bd374a215613d6588122d93ab19d812b8393786172b51d556',
    checksum_type => 'sha256',
    installation_directory => '/opt/gitea',
    repository_root => '/var/git',
    log_directory => '/var/log/gitea',
    attachment_directory => '/opt/gitea/data/attachments',
    configuration_sections => {},
    manage_service => true,
    service_template => 'gitea/systemd.erb',
    service_path => '/lib/systemd/system/gitea.service',
    service_provider => 'systemd',
    service_mode => '0644',
}

Class: gitea::packages

class { 'gitea::packages':
    dependencies_ensure => 'present',
    dependencies => ['curl', 'git', 'tar'],
}

Class: gitea::user

class { 'gitea::user':
    manage_user => true,
    manage_group => true,
    manage_home => true,
    owner => 'git',
    group => 'git',
    home => '/home/git',
}

Class: gitea::install

class { 'gitea::install':
    package_ensure => 'present',
    owner => 'git',
    group => 'git',
    version => '1.1.0',
    checksum => '59cd3fb52292712bd374a215613d6588122d93ab19d812b8393786172b51d556',
    checksum_type => 'sha256',
    installation_directory => '/opt/gitea',
    repository_root => '/var/git',
    log_directory => '/var/log/gitea',
    attachment_directory => '/opt/gitea/data/attachments',
    manage_service => true,
    service_template => 'gitea/systemd.erb',
    service_path => '/lib/systemd/system/gitea.service',
    service_provider => 'systemd',
    service_mode => '0644',
}

Class: gitea::service

class { 'gitea::service':
    manage_service => true,
    service_provider => 'systemd',
    installation_directory => '/opt/gitea',
    log_directory => '/var/log/gitea',
}

Class: gitea::config

class { 'gitea::config':
    configuration_sections => {},
    owner => 'git',
    group => 'git',
    installation_directory => '/opt/gitea',
    repository_root => '/var/git',
    attachment_directory => '/opt/gitea/data/attachments',
}

Limitations

See metadata.json for supported platforms.

Development

Running tests

This project contains tests for rspec-puppet.

Quickstart:

gem install bundler
bundle install
bundle exec rake test

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