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Integrating TeamCity with Mergify

How to automate your TeamCity workflow using Mergify.

TeamCity is a popular Continuous Integration (CI) tool used for automating tasks such as building, testing, and deploying software. On the other hand, Mergify is a powerful tool that helps automate GitHub workflows. By integrating the two, you can create a well-oiled CI/CD pipeline that will increase your productivity and efficiency.


Before you start, make sure that you have:

  • A GitHub account;

  • A repository for which you have admin permissions with Mergify installed;

  • A TeamCity account.

Using TeamCity Status Checks in Mergify Configuration

Once TeamCity reports status checks to GitHub, they can be used as conditions in your Mergify rules. Here's a simple example:

- name: Automatically merge when TeamCity build succeeds
- check-success=TeamCity # Change this to match your TeamCity check name
- "#approved-reviews-by>=1"
method: merge

In this example, Mergify will automatically merge pull requests that have at least one approved review and a successful TeamCity build.

Further Configuration

The possibilities of integrating TeamCity with Mergify are extensive. For instance, you could use Mergify to:

We encourage you to explore Mergify's conditions and actions to create your personalized workflow.

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