Drone is a Continuous Integration platform built on container technology. Every build is executed inside an ephemeral Docker container, giving developers complete control over their build environment with guaranteed isolation.
Drone's prime directive is to help teams ship code like GitHub. Drone is easy to install, setup and maintain and offers a powerful container-based plugin system. Drone aspires to be an industry-wide replacement for Jenkins.
Drone documentation is organized into several categories:
Contributions, questions, and comments are welcomed and encouraged. Drone developers hang out in the drone/drone room on gitter. We ask that you please post your questions to gitter before creating an issue.
Cloning, Building, Running
If you are new to Go, make sure you install Go 1.5+ and setup your workspace (ie
$GOPATH). Go programs use directory structure for package imports, therefore, it is very important you clone this project to the specified directory in your Go path:
git clone git://github.com/drone/drone.git $GOPATH/src/github.com/drone/drone cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/drone/drone
Please ensure your local environment has the following dependencies installed. We provide scripts in the
./contrib folder as a convenience that can be used to install:
Commands to build from source:
export GO15VENDOREXPERIMENT=1 make deps # Download required dependencies make gen # Generate code make build # Build the binary
Commands for development:
make gen_static # Generate static content make gen_template # Generate templates from amber files make gen_migrations # Generate embedded database migrations make vet # Execute go vet command make fmt # Execute go fmt command
Commands to start drone:
drone drone --debug # Debug mode enables more verbose logging
If you are seeing slow compile times please install the following:
go install github.com/mattn/go-sqlite3