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== Automating the build process
_Update 2022-12-17: I have switched from Drone CI to Woodpecker CI. Woodpecker is a FOSS fork of Drone as Drone has moved to a proprietary license._
_Update 2022-12-17 part 2: I have switched from Gitea to Forgejo. Forgejo is a FOSS fork of Gitea as Gitea seems to be moving towards a closed business model._
While I was setting up this site, I found out about
link:https://woodpecker-ci.org[Woodpecker CI] which seems to suit my needs beautifully.
I have tried link:https://www.jenkins.io[Jenkins] in the past but didn't
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on resources.
Setting up Woodpecker took only about 30 minutes thanks to the excellent
documentation and native link:https://gitea.io[Gitea] Support
documentation and native link:https://forgejo.org[Forgejo] Support
(which I was already using for some years before this). Setting up the
pipeline took a little bit more trial and error but in the end it proved
to be pretty easy.
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Relevant configuration files
* link:https://git.korhonen.cc/FunctionalHacker/korhonen.cc/src/branch/main/.woodpecker.yml[Pipeline for building this website]
* link:https://git.korhonen.cc/FunctionalHacker/dotfiles/src/branch/main/docker/gitea/docker-compose.toml[Gitea server configuration]
* link:https://git.korhonen.cc/FunctionalHacker/dotfiles/src/branch/main/docker/forgejo/docker-compose.toml[Forgejo server configuration]
* link:https://git.korhonen.cc/FunctionalHacker/dotfiles/src/branch/main/docker/woodpecker/docker-compose.toml[Woodpecker CI configuration]
== Future plans