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# Example configuration file for butido

# Configuration and package definition compatibility
compatibility = "0.1.0"

# Format of the progress bars used.
# See https://docs.rs/indicatif/0.15.0/indicatif/#templates
# for how to customize this.
#
# Note that 40 is a nice width for the bar itself here, because that's 63
# characters before the actually {msg}, which gives the message enough space to
# fit a 80 or 100 character wide terminal!
#
# This is also the default if the setting is not present.
progress_format = "[{elapsed_precise}] ({percent:>3}%): {bar:40.cyan/blue} | {msg}"


# The shebang line used when compiling the packaging scripts
# Default if this value is not set is "#!/bin/bash".
# Can be overwritten temporarily via CLI
script_shebang = "#!/bin/bash"

# The number of log lines to show if a build fails.
# Defaults to 10
build_error_lines = 10

# The theme for the highlighting engine when printing the script that ran inside
# a container.
#
# Valid values:
#   "base16-ocean.dark"
#   "base16-eighties.dark"
#   "base16-mocha.dark"
#   "base16-ocean.light"
#   "InspiredGitHub"
#   "Solarized (dark)"
#   "Solarized (light)"
#
# If the value is not set, highlighting is disabled.
script_highlight_theme = "Solarized (dark)"

# An (optional) script or program that can lint the packaging script.
# This command gets the script on STDIN and might return 1 if there was an
# error.
# Stderr and stdout are printed to the user in this case.
#
# Simplest example:
# ```bash
# #!/bin/bash
# shellcheck -
# ```
#
# script_linter = "/path/to/scriptlinter"

# The format to print the found packages with.
#
# Possible tokens are:
#     i                         - Incrementing number of package that is printed
#     p                         - The package data
#     script                    - The rendered packaging script, variables embedded, highlighted and with line numbers (if requested via CLI flag)
#     print_runtime_deps        - Whether to print runtime dependencies
#     print_build_deps          - Whether to print buildtime dependencies

#     print_any                 - Whether any of _the following_ `print_*` variables is set to true
#     print_sources             - Whether to print sources
#     print_dependencies        - Whether to print dependencies
#     print_patches             - Whether to print patches
#     print_env                 - Whether to print env
#     print_flags               - Whether to print flags
#     print_allowed_images      - Whether to print allowed_images
#     print_denied_images       - Whether to print denied_images
#     print_phases              - Whether to print phases
#     print_script              - Whether to print script
#
#
# Note that the default value of this setting is rather sophisticated and you
# most certainly don't want to change this.
#
#
# Handlebars modifiers are available.
#package_print_format = ""

# The position of the release binaries
releases_root = "/tmp/releases"

# You can have several release stores, but you need to have at least one
# All release stores exist under "$releases/"
release_stores = [
    "default"
]

# The position of the staging binaries
staging = "/tmp/staging"

# The position where the sources are cached by butido.
source_cache = "/tmp/sources"

# The directory where butido puts plain text log files if requested
log_dir = "/tmp/logs"


# Enable strict script interpolation
#
# If this is set to true, the variable interpolation for the packaging script
# will be done in strict mode.
# Strict mode means, that referencing a variable that does not exist, will
# result in a rendering error.
#
# Default if this setting is missing is true
#
# Note:
#   This does only catch variable interpolation. Not errors in your script.
#
strict_script_interpolation = true


#
#
# Log database configuration
#
#

# Database configuration should be self-explanatory
database_host     = "localhost"
database_port     = 5432
database_user     = "pgdev"
database_password = "password"
database_name     = "butido"

# Set a database connection timeout
# If not set, this defaults to 30
#database_connection_timeout = 30


# Phases which can be configured in the packages

# This also defines the _order_ in which the phases are executed
# So for [ "foo", "bar" ], the phases are executed in this order:
#   foo
#   bar
#
# Phases which are not listed here are not executed at all.
available_phases = [ "unpack", "patch", "configure", "build", "fixup", "pack" ]


#
#
# Docker specific configuration
#
#

[docker]

# Images which can be used to build
# images not listed here are automatically rejected
images = [ "debian:bullseye" ]

#
# Verify whether the requested images are present
#
# This setting is twofold:
# First, it checks whether the image requested on the commandline (when
# building) is actually in the whitelist (`docker.images` setting in the
# configuration file).
# Second, it checks that every used endpoint actually has the requested image
# present.
# This check is done when setting up the connection to the endpoints, so this
# will fail _before_ any actual building starts.
#
verify_images_present = true


#
# List of docker endpoints
#

[docker.endpoints.testhostname]
uri           = "http://0.0.0.0:8095" # the URI of the endpoint. Either http or socket path
endpoint_type = "http" # either "http" or "socket"
# optional timeout for connecting to endpoint in seconds, default: 10 seconds
# timeout = 5

# maximum number of jobs running on this endpoint.
# Set this to a reasonable high number to be able to run a lot of small jobs.
# For example, if you're compiling with `make -j 1`, this should at least be the
# number of CPU cores, maybe a bit more (eg. (ncpu * 1.1))
#
# Also, if two nodes have the same number of running jobs, and a new job comes
# in, the node with more "free slots" will be considered first.
maxjobs       = 1


#
#
# Container specific settings
#
#

[containers]

# Restrict the environment that can be passed to the containers
#
# This is a security mechansim to prevent typos when passing environment
# variables (either from package definition or from CLI) to the build jobs in
# the containers.
#
# If this is set to `true`, only the variables named in `allowed_env` will be
# allowed to be passed to the container. If a variable is not in this list,
# butido will fail with an error message.
#
check_env_names = true

# Environment variables which are allowed to be passed to a container.
# This way, errors (typos) when passing environment to a build can be prevented.
# Double-check this list
allowed_env = [ "FOO", "BAR" ]

# Use the git author information and pass it to each container as environment
# variable.
# The information is passed with
#
#   Bob Baumeister <bob@meister.com>
#
# in the environment variable named as value here.
#
# If this is not set, this feature is disabled.
#git_author = "GIT_AUTHOR_INFO"

# Use the git hash of the repository and pass it to each container as
# environment variable.
# If this is not set, this feature is disabled.
#git_commit_hash = "GIT_COMMIT_HASH"