Category Archives: DevOps

Encrypt a build-result – automaticaly

So in my last blogpost I showed how to automatically create a PHAR-file using Travis-CI. It didn’t take long for a challenge to show up: Digitally sign the resulting PHAR-file.

I already did some work with encrypting and decrypting stuff for an individual automated deployment to a server a few months back. So signing stuff shouldn’t be that complicated I thought. Therefore: Challenge accepted!

Fixing issues with cloning via HTTPS on GitLab

A few weeks ago I updated our gitlab-installation to the glorious, shiny and new 8.12.6! Awesome new stuff! It had only one drawback. We couldn’t clone repos via HTTP(S) anymore.

It wasn’t that much of a drawback at the time but then we wanted to use the included CI-stuff. And that – you guessed it already – only works with cloning or fetching the repo via HTTP(S).
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