Utility for quickly adding Drone.io to projects
Go to file
Hamcha d2e268dc39
ACTUALLY process env vars
2019-10-28 15:12:19 +01:00
.gitignore First version 2019-10-28 14:31:40 +01:00
README.md Add sprig 2019-10-28 15:05:33 +01:00
go.mod Add sprig 2019-10-28 15:05:33 +01:00
go.sum Add sprig 2019-10-28 15:05:33 +01:00
main.go ACTUALLY process env vars 2019-10-28 15:12:19 +01:00
template.yml Add sprig 2019-10-28 15:05:33 +01:00



Easily add Drone.io to projects using Drone APIs and YAML templates.

Getting started

Install drone-add

go get -u git.fromouter.space/Hamcha/drone-add

or, if you have cloned the project locally, just cd to it and:

go install .

Set environment variables

To authenticate with Drone you'll need to get your user token. If you have the drone CLI tool, the environment variables are the same (DRONE_SERVER / DRONE_TOKEN).

If you have drone secret you want to add, set them as environment variables using this format:


You can use template literals in your secrets, for example:

DRONE_SECRET_DOCKER_REPO = "my-custom-registry.tld/{{.Namespace}}/{{.Name}}" with project testorg/my-repo will create a secret called docker_repo with value my-custom-registry.tld/testorg/my-repo

Change the template

If you have not downloaded the project locally, download the template file from here.

Change the template to fit what a starting .drone.yml for your projects would be like. Usually this means just populating common steps (like publish and deployment steps).

You can also use template literals in the template.

Run the tool


drone-add [-t template.yml] [-o .drone.yml] namespace/repository

Templating powered by Sprig

Need more control? You can use sprig functions in your templated code!