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continuousphp projects are configured using Deployment Pipelines. You can create or more pipelines per project.


A build on continuousphp always follows a particular scheme. At the beginning of the build, 2 packages are created (unless you have no tests) : a testing package, that will be handed over to the testing activities a deployment package, that will be deployed if all your (blocking) tests are successful

When the testing package is finished, the tests will start, whether or not the deployment package is ready. In turn, when the deployment package is ready, but not the (blocking) tests, the Deployment will wait for the results to see if the build can be deployed.

The tests and deployments are automatically parallelized on all chosen PHP versions and destinations.

Take a look at the following illustration to get a clearer view :


Create a new Deployment Pipeline

To create a new Pipeline, click the "+" button on the project page and search for the git reference you want to be built by the new Pipeline:

create a new pipeline

Wildcard Pipelines

continuousphp supports wildcard pipelines. This means that all git references matching the pipeline's descriptor can be built by this pipeline. A few examples:

Reference Matches
refs/heads/* Build all branches
refs/tags/* Build all tags
refs/heads/feature/* Build all branches starting with "feature/"
refs/heads/hotfix-* Build all branches starting with "hotfix-"
... ...

Pipeline Configuration

A Deployment Pipeline on continuousphp consists of multiple steps :