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# Example to trigger a CI call via an HTTP helper via post_push hook
'server_url': 'url of instance that triggered this hook',
'config': 'path to .ini config used',
'scm': 'type of version control "git", "hg", "svn"',
'username': 'username of actor who triggered this event',
'ip': 'ip address of actor who triggered this hook',
'action': '',
'repository': 'repository name',
'repo_store_path': 'full path to where repositories are stored',
'commit_ids': '',
'hook_type': '',
'user_agent': '',
def _push_hook(*args, **kwargs):
POST PUSH HOOK, this function will be executed after each push it's
executed after the build-in hook that RhodeCode uses for logging pushes
from .helpers import http_call, extra_fields
# returns list of dicts with key-val fetched from extra fields
repo_extra_fields = extra_fields.run(**kwargs)
if repo_extra_fields.get('endpoint_url'):
endpoint = repo_extra_fields['endpoint_url']
if endpoint:
data = {
'some_key': 'val'
response = http_call.run(url=endpoint, json_data=data)
return HookResponse(0, 'Called endpoint {}, with response {}'.format(endpoint, response))
return HookResponse(0, '')