Have a quick look at the status of CI projects from the command line.
Free software: MIT license
GitHub repo: https://github.com/robertopreste/quickci
quickCI allows to have a quick overview of the status of build jobs on several CI services, for a specific branch of the repository being built. Currently, quickCI supports checking build status for the following CI services:
More services to come!
Create a config file (it will be located in
$ quickci config create
Replace placeholders with your own authentication tokens:
$ quickci config update <service> <token>
- Available services are:
Check that everything is correct:
$ quickci config show
Check build status¶
Check the build status of your projects:
$ quickci status
The build status of your Travis CI, CircleCI, AppVeyor, Buddy and Drone projects will be returned (
If you want to monitor one specific branch of your repositories (suppose you have many repos with a dedicated
dev branch for development), you can easily add the
--branch <branch_name> option:
$ quickci status --branch dev
--branch option is not provided, the build status of the
master branch will be retrieved by default.
It is also possible to check a specific service using subcommands of
$ quickci status travis $ quickci status circle $ quickci status appveyor $ quickci status buddy $ quickci status drone
These subcommands also accept the
If the token for a specific service is not listed in
~/.config/quickci/tokens.json, it is possible to provide it using the
--token <service_token> option:
$ quickci status travis --token <TravisCI token>
Please refer to the Usage section of the documentation for further information.
quickCI can be installed using pip (Python>=3.6 only):
$ pip install quickci
Please refer to the Installation section of the documentation for further information.
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