Git Repo

The Git Repo artifact is available in version 1.17 or later.

Git Repo artifacts are references to Git repositories that are hosted by a Git hosting service. They are consumed by stages that need multiple files to produce an output such as the Bake (Manifest) stage when using the Kustomize template renderer. Unlike other artifact implementation, the Git Repo artifact will work with any Git hosting service as long as the repository can be cloned using the Git CLI.

Fields

Field Explanation
type Always git/repo.
reference HTTP or SSH URL of your Git repository. Use HTTP for artifact accounts configured to use a username and password, and use the SSH URL format for accounts configured to use the SSH private key.
version Name of the branch to check out. Default is master.
metadata.subPath Relative path of files within the repository to fetch. If set, only files this path will be available to stages consuming this artifact.

Example

Artifact accounts using an SSH private key for authentication.

{
    "type": "git/repo",
    "reference": "git@github.com:spinnaker/spinnaker.github.io",
    "version": "feat-123"
}

Artifact accounts using a username and password or token for authentication.

{
    "type": "git/repo",
    "reference": "https://github.com/spinnaker/spinnaker.github.io",
    "version": "feat-123"
}

When checking out an explicit sub path within repository

{
    "type": "git/repo",
    "reference": "https://github.com/spinnaker/spinnaker.github.io",
    "version": "feat-123",
    "metadata" : {
        "subPath": "reference/artifacts/types"
    }
}