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.
PrerequisitesSection titled Prerequisites
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 ConfigurationSection titled 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:
In this example, Mergify will automatically merge pull requests that have at least one approved review and a successful TeamCity build.
Further ConfigurationSection titled Further Configuration
The possibilities of integrating TeamCity with Mergify are extensive. For instance, you could use Mergify to: