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Version: 2.3.x

GitLab

Woodpecker comes with built-in support for the GitLab version 8.2 and higher. To enable GitLab you should configure the Woodpecker container using the following environment variables:

WOODPECKER_GITLAB=true
WOODPECKER_GITLAB_URL=http://gitlab.mycompany.com
WOODPECKER_GITLAB_CLIENT=95c0282573633eb25e82
WOODPECKER_GITLAB_SECRET=30f5064039e6b359e075

Registration

You must register your application with GitLab in order to generate a Client and Secret. Navigate to your account settings and choose Applications from the menu, and click New Application.

Please use http://woodpecker.mycompany.com/authorize as the Authorization callback URL. Grant api scope to the application.

If you run the Woodpecker CI server on a private IP (RFC1918) or use a non standard TLD (e.g. .local, .intern) with your GitLab instance, you might also need to allow local connections in GitLab, otherwise API requests will fail. In GitLab, navigate to the Admin dashboard, then go to Settings > Network > Outbound requests and enable Allow requests to the local network from web hooks and services.

Configuration

This is a full list of configuration options. Please note that many of these options use default configuration values that should work for the majority of installations.

WOODPECKER_GITLAB

Default: false

Enables the GitLab driver.

WOODPECKER_GITLAB_URL

Default: https://gitlab.com

Configures the GitLab server address.

WOODPECKER_GITLAB_CLIENT

Default: empty

Configures the GitLab OAuth client id. This is used to authorize access.

WOODPECKER_GITLAB_CLIENT_FILE

Default: empty

Read the value for WOODPECKER_GITLAB_CLIENT from the specified filepath

WOODPECKER_GITLAB_SECRET

Default: empty

Configures the GitLab OAuth client secret. This is used to authorize access.

WOODPECKER_GITLAB_SECRET_FILE

Default: empty

Read the value for WOODPECKER_GITLAB_SECRET from the specified filepath

WOODPECKER_GITLAB_SKIP_VERIFY

Default: false

Configure if SSL verification should be skipped.