GitLab provides a way to push update messages to an Irker server. When configured, pushes to a project will trigger the service to send data directly to the Irker server.
See the project homepage for further info: https://gitlab.com/esr/irker
You will first need an Irker daemon. You can download the Irker code from its repository on https://gitlab.com/esr/irker:
git clone https://gitlab.com/esr/irker.git
Once you have downloaded the code, you can run the python script named
This script is the gateway script, it acts both as an IRC client, for sending
messages to an IRC server obviously, and as a TCP server, for receiving messages
from the GitLab service.
If the Irker server runs on the same machine, you are done. If not, you will need to follow the firsts steps of the next section.
- Navigate to the project you want to configure for notifications.
- Navigate to the Integrations page
- Click "Irker".
- Select the "Active" checkbox.
- Enter the server host address where
irkerdruns (defaults to
localhost) in the
Server hostfield on the Web page
- Enter the server port of
irkerd(e.g. defaults to 6659) in the
Server portfield on the Web page.
- Optional: if
Default IRC URIis set, it has to be in the format
irc[s]://domain.nameand will be prepend to each and every channel provided by the user which is not a full URI.
- Specify the recipients (e.g. #channel1, user1, etc.)
- Save or optionally click "Test Settings".
Irker accepts channel names of the form
#chan, both for the
#chan channel. If you want to send messages in query, you will need to add
,isnick after the channel name, in this form:
Aorimn,isnick. In this latter
Aorimn is treated as a nick and no more as a channel name.
Irker can also join password-protected channels. Users need to append
?key=thesecretpassword to the chan name.