@bcgov/generator-bcdk
BCGOV Developer Kit
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bcdk

BC Developer Kit

quick start quide

notes

This version uses BCDevOps/pipeline-cli v1.1 link.

The jenkins image(s)/scripts are from BCDevOps/openshift-components/.jenkins link.

The generators expect you to be logged into your openshift environment.

You should have a shared/team github account that is a contributor to your projects.

You will need to login to openshift, with enough permissions to administer your projects. This process will create a secret for your jenkins jobs to pull your code from github.

A documentation has been created when project Zeva adopted BCDK as their pull request based pipeline.

prerequisites

  • npm
npm i yo -g

TODO: Consider using npx since it will install Yeoman if it doesn't exist.

npx yo @bcgov/bcdk:jenkins
npx yo @bcgov/bcdk:pipeline
npx yo @bcgov/bcdk:python-hello

setup

npm install @bcgov/generator-bcdk@latest

If the above command gives you an error on Windows OS, you can manually link it using these commands.

git clone https://github.com/BCDevOps/bcdk.git -b <latest release branch>
cd bcdk
npm link

usage

Move to a different directory outside of bcdk.

  • Replace your-project with whatever your project will be called.
  • Replace app with whatever bcdk template is to be used
  • Ensure you are logged into an Openshift cluster
// change directory to your existing project where you like to add the pipeline
// OR create a new directory and initialize a repo

mkdir <your-project> 
cd <your-project>

// list the generators
yo bcdk --generators

// create the jenkins pipeline
yo bcdk:jenkins

// create your module/project/app pipeline
yo bcdk:pipeline

// add module/project/app 
yo bcdk:python-hello

// create your module/project/app jenkins job
yo bcdk:jenkins-job

bdck:jenkins

Not sure what build dev test environemts are for?
Module name has no purpose here, it's jenkins.

You will need to be logged into openshift, and you will need your shared github account and token.

If you run this multiple times, you won't get all the prompts everytime, as your responses are saved in .yo-rc.json file.

What is your openshift 'tools' namespace name? <your-openshift-tools namespace>
**Note: If you don't have a GitHub secret in the given namespace, you will be asked here We will need a GitHub username. We strongly recommend creating an account shared with the team for CI/CD/Automation purposes. this is the name of your team's shared github account
What is the personal access token for the GitHub account?
See https://help.github.com/en/articles/creating-a-personal-access-token-for-the-command-line
enter the token
What is the GitHub organization where the repository is located? <your github org/owner>
What is the repository's name? <your github repo>
What is the Jenkinsfile path? (use default) .jenkins/Jenkinsfile What is this module name? enter jenkins
**What is this module version? 1.0.0 What environments are supported by your app? (use default) build dev test prod
What namespace/project name is used for 'build?' <your-openshift-tools namespace>
What namespace/project name is used for 'dev?' <your-openshift-tools namespace>
What namespace/project name is used for 'test?' <your-openshift-tools namespace>
What namespace/project name is used for 'prod?' <your-openshift-tools namespace>

bcdk:pipeline

Build your project's pipeline.
Assume we are just creating a hello world application.

What is this module id/key? answer with "."
What is this module name? enter hello
What namespace/project name is used for 'build?' <your-openshift-tools namespace>
What namespace/project name is used for 'dev?' <your-openshift-dev namespace>
What namespace/project name is used for 'test?' <your-openshift-test namespace>
What namespace/project name is used for 'prod?' <your-openshift-prod namespace>

bcdk:python-hello

Add your hello world application.

Will create a .pipeline folder with examples for updates to your pipeline config. Adds openshift templates and docker file and app code.
What do you want to call this component? hello

Update the .pipeline/lib files using the examples.

cp .pipeline/examples/hello/build.js .pipeline/lib/build.js

cp .pipeline/examples/hello/deploy.js .pipeline/lib/deploy.js

// delete the examples
rm -rf .pipeline/examples

bcdk:jenkins-job

Will add a configured job to the .jenkins/.pipeline.

Module name? (accept default) "."
Job name? hello
What is the GitHub organization where the repository is located? <your github org/owner>
What is the repository's name? <your github repo>
What is the Jenkinsfile path? (use default) Jenkinsfile

create jenkins in your tools project

see .jenkins/README

Known Errors

Error: Failed running 'git rev-parse HEAD:.jenkins/docker'

Note that when code is only local, this version of pipeline-cli will fail. To fix this, push your new branch to Github.

> /Users/jason/Projects/bcdk-demo/.jenkins/.pipeline/node_modules/pipeline-cli/lib/util.js:169
>       throw new Error(`Failed running '${arguments[0]} ${arguments[1].join(" ")}' as it returned ${ret.status}`)
>       ^
> 
> Error: Failed running 'git rev-parse HEAD:.jenkins/docker' as it returned 128

/bin/bash^M: bad interpreter: No such file or directory

When deploying from local command-line, Windows users might get errors due to line endings. It is recommended to implement .gitattributes to get the same build experience when pushing local code (see more notes below) or building from github.

Starting container "405130899ca676333a38b97a06caf90bbe3a1cba858ea2044729f00adeac0401" ...
/bin/sh: /tmp/scripts/assemble: /bin/bash^M: bad interpreter: No such file or directory

error: .jenkins/.pipeline/npmw: cannot add to the index

D:\BCDevOps\bcgov-forks\agri-nmp>git update-index --chmod=+x D:\BCDevOps\bcgov-forks\agri-nmp\.jenkins\.pipeline\npmw
error: .jenkins/.pipeline/npmw: cannot add to the index - missing --add option?
fatal: Unable to process path .jenkins/.pipeline/npmw

First add and then update index

D:\BCDevOps\bcgov-forks\agri-nmp>git add --chmod=+x D:\BCDevOps\bcgov-forks\agri-nmp\.jenkins\.pipeline\npmw

D:\BCDevOps\bcgov-forks\agri-nmp>git update-index --chmod=+x D:\BCDevOps\bcgov-forks\agri-nmp\.jenkins\.pipeline\npmw

Deploy Jenkins to Minisift

To deploy Jenkins to your minishift, you can replace ROUTE_HOST qualifier from .pathfinder.gov.bc.ca to you minishift in .jenkins\.pipeline\lib\deploy.js.
**Note that GitHub webook won't work for Minishift Jenkins.

Local Debugging

Install npm in your .pipeline and you can use the two methods below to debug and directly deploy to Openshift bypassing Jenkins.

VSCode Debug Mode to test using local code

Add the below to your launch.json and debug any commands in your .pipeline.

       {
            "type": "node",
            "request": "launch",
            "name": "build",
            "cwd":"${workspaceFolder}/.pipeline",
            "program": "${workspaceFolder}/.pipeline/build.js",
            "env": {"DEBUG":"*"},
            "args": ["--pr=0","--dev-mode=true"],
            "console": "integratedTerminal"
        },
        {
            "type": "node",
            "request": "launch",
            "name": "deploy to DEV env",
            "cwd":"${workspaceFolder}/.pipeline",
            "program": "${workspaceFolder}/.pipeline/deploy.js",
            "env": {"DEBUG":"*"},
            "args": ["--pr=0","--env=dev"],
            "console": "integratedTerminal"
        },

Bypass Jenkins to deploy directly to Openshift

Use --dev-mode=true to deploy your local code or omit it and code will be pulled from github

cd .pipeline
npm run build -- --pr=407 --env=build --dev-mode=true
npm run deploy -- --pr=407 --env=dev

Automatically Clean Up Pull Request Deployments

The Github Webhook in Jenkins will execute the following clean command when a Pull Request is closed or merged.

npm run clean -- --env=transient --pr={pr-number}

To take advantage of this you can add transient: true property to your phases objects in ./pipeline/lib/config.js

For example, the build and dev keys in the phases object below both contain the transient: true property. This will cause the Github Webhook script to automatically run the clean.js script on the build and dev environments when a pull request is closed or merged.

const phases = {
  build: {
    namespace: "tools",
    name: `${name}`,
    phase: "build",
    transient: true  // auto clean build
  },
  dev: {
    namespace: "dev",
    name: `${name}`,
    phase: "dev",
    transient: true  // auto clean dev
  },
  test: {
    namespace: "test",
    name: `${name}`,
    phase: "test",
  },
  prod: {
    namespace: "prod",
    name: `${name}`,
    phase: "prod",
  }
};

License

Apache-2.0 © Province of British Columbia

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