How to set up the enviroment for SilverStripe module testing in Gitlab-CI

I’m trying to setup GitLab-CI for internal testing of my SilverStripe sites at work. For the individual sites this setup is fine, sites are cloned and tests run and all is okay. But I have a couple of modules shared across these sites that I would like to test & develop independently.

When it comes to running the build in GitLab-CI, obviously a test environment needs to be set up. Currently these modules get developed in their own ‘dummy’ site environments, and I use git to control each module folder. So, when builds are run in GitLab-CI, it means that cms and framework get installed to the same dir, then sake dev/build flush=all is run.

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  • One Solution collect form web for “How to set up the enviroment for SilverStripe module testing in Gitlab-CI”

    I resolved this by writing my own build script, see:

    http://github.com/dangerdan/silverstripe-gitlab-ci-support

    Git Baby is a git and github fan, let's start git clone.