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Gitlab / Github Setup

As we host our repositories on Gitlab and Github, within this section is the settings that apply to the respective setup.

By default, our projects are hosted on Gitlab. When we do this and if open-sourced, we will mirror the repository to Github as well. Even though you can view and interact with the project on Github, all work is to be done from Gitlab.

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- Protected Branches:

  - [ ] master* _protected_

  - [ ] development _protected_

- [ ] Default branch: development

- Merge Requests

  - [ ] All threads have to be resolved to merge

  - [ ] All Pipelines must succeed to mergemerge

We utilise labels within gitlab. The details of this can be found within the Quality Assurance manual.

these settings are yet to be placed.

CI / CD Jobs

As we primarily use Gitlab, CI/CD jobs for all repositories that contain a product, will have jobs configured. To ease the burden of maintaining countless versions of job definitions, our repositories will use our gitlab-ci project as a git submodule. This enables a single place for all of our job definitions.


This page forms part of our Operations Manual.

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Date Created: 2022-08-25
Date Edited: 2023-05-23


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