kosli assert bitbucket-pullrequest #

Synopsis #

Assert if a Bitbucket pull request for a git commit exists. The command exits with non-zero exit code if no pull requests were found for the commit.

kosli assert bitbucket-pullrequest [flags]

Flags #

Flag Description
--bitbucket-password string Bitbucket App password. See https://developer.atlassian.com/cloud/bitbucket/rest/intro/#authentication for more details.
--bitbucket-username string Bitbucket username.
--bitbucket-workspace string Bitbucket workspace ID.
--commit string Git commit for which to find pull request evidence. (defaulted in some CIs: https://docs.kosli.com/ci-defaults ).
-D, --dry-run [optional] Run in dry-run mode. When enabled, no data is sent to Kosli and the CLI exits with 0 exit code regardless of any errors.
-h, --help help for bitbucket-pullrequest
--repository string Git repository. (defaulted in some CIs: https://docs.kosli.com/ci-defaults ).

Options inherited from parent commands #

Flag Description
-a, --api-token string The Kosli API token.
-c, --config-file string [optional] The Kosli config file path. (default "kosli")
--debug [optional] Print debug logs to stdout.
-H, --host string [defaulted] The Kosli endpoint. (default "https://app.kosli.com")
-r, --max-api-retries int [defaulted] How many times should API calls be retried when the API host is not reachable. (default 3)
--owner string The Kosli user or organization.

Examples #

kosli assert bitbucket-pullrequest  \
	--bitbucket-username yourBitbucketUsername \
	--bitbucket-password yourBitbucketPassword \
	--bitbucket-workspace yourBitbucketWorkspace \
	--commit yourGitCommit \
	--repository yourBitbucketGitRepository