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Verwenden von Parallelität, Ausdrücken und einer Testmatrix

Verwenden erweiterter GitHub Actions-Features für Continuous Integration (CI).

Übersicht über das Beispiel

In diesem Artikel werden anhand eines Beispielworkflows einige der wichtigsten CI-Features von GitHub Actions vorgestellt. Wenn dieser Workflow ausgelöst wird, testet er deinen Code mithilfe einer Matrix von Testkombinationen mit npm test.

Das folgende Diagramm zeigt die allgemeinen Schritte im Workflow und wie sie im Auftrag ausgeführt werden:

Diagramm eines Ereignisses, das einen Workflow auslöst, der eine Testmatrix verwendet

In diesem Beispiel verwendete Features

Der Beispielworkflow veranschaulicht die folgenden Möglichkeiten von GitHub Actions.

FeatureImplementierung
Manuelles Ausführen eines Workflows auf der Benutzeroberflächeworkflow_dispatch
Auslösen eines Workflows, der automatisch ausgeführt werden sollpull_request
Ausführen eines Workflows in regelmäßigen Abständenschedule
Festlegen von Berechtigungen für das Tokenpermissions
Steuern der Anzahl der gleichzeitig ausführbaren Workflows und Aufträgeconcurrency
Ausführen des Auftrags auf verschiedenen Runnern in Abhängigkeit vom Repositoryruns-on
Verwenden einer Matrix zum Erstellen verschiedener Testkonfigurationenmatrix
Installieren von node für den Runneractions/setup-node
Zwischenspeichern von Abhängigkeitenactions/cache
Ausführen von Tests auf dem Runnernpm test

Beispielworkflow

Der folgende Workflow wurde von dem Docs Engineering-Team für GitHub erstellt. Der Workflow führt Tests für den Code in einem Pull Request aus. Welches die neueste Version dieser Datei im Repository github/docs ist, siehst du hier: test.yml.

YAML
name: Node.js Tests

Hiermit wird der Name des Workflows definiert, der auf der Registerkarte „Aktionen“ im GitHub-Repository angezeigt wird.

on:

The on keyword lets you define the events that trigger when the workflow is run. You can define multiple events here. For more information, see "Auslösen eines Workflows."

  workflow_dispatch:

Add the workflow_dispatch event if you want to be able to manually run this workflow. For more information, see workflow_dispatch.

  pull_request:

Add the pull_request event, so that the workflow runs automatically every time a pull request is created or updated. For more information, see pull_request.

  push:
    branches:
      - main

Add the push event with the branch filter, so that the workflow runs automatically every time a commit is pushed to a branch called "main". For more information, see push.

permissions:
  contents: read
  pull-requests: read

This modifies the default permissions granted to GITHUB_TOKEN. This will vary depending on the needs of your workflow. For more information, see "Zuweisen von Berechtigungen zu Aufträgen."

concurrency:
  group: '${{ github.workflow }} @ ${{ github.event.pull_request.head.label || github.head_ref || github.ref }}'
  cancel-in-progress: true

The concurrency key ensures that only a single workflow in the same concurrency group will run at the same time. For more information, see "Verwenden von Parallelität." concurrency.group generates a concurrency group name from the workflow name and pull request information. The || operator is used to define fallback values. concurrency.cancel-in-progress cancels any currently running job or workflow in the same concurrency group.

jobs:

This groups together all the jobs that run in the workflow file.

  test:

This defines a job with the ID test that is stored within the jobs key.

    runs-on: ${{ fromJSON('["ubuntu-latest", "self-hosted"]')[github.repository == 'github/docs-internal'] }}

This configures the job to run on a GitHub-hosted runner or a self-hosted runner, depending on the repository running the workflow.

In this example, the job will run on a self-hosted runner if the repository is named docs-internal and is within the github organization. If the repository doesn't match this path, then it will run on an ubuntu-latest runner hosted by GitHub. For more information on these options, see "Auswählen des Runners für einen Auftrag."

    timeout-minutes: 60

This sets the maximum number of minutes to let the job run before it is automatically canceled. For more information, see timeout-minutes.

    strategy:

This section defines the build matrix for your jobs.

      fail-fast: false

Setting fail-fast to false prevents GitHub from cancelling all in-progress jobs if any matrix job fails.

      matrix:
        test-group:
          [
            content,
            graphql,
            meta,
            rendering,
            routing,
            unit,
            linting,
            translations,
          ]

This creates a matrix named test-group, with an array of test groups. These values match the names of test groups that will be run by npm test.

    steps:

This groups together all the steps that will run as part of the test job. Each job in a workflow has its own steps section.

      - name: Check out repo
        uses: actions/checkout@v4
        with:
          lfs: ${{ matrix.test-group == 'content' }}
          persist-credentials: 'false'

The uses keyword tells the job to retrieve the action named actions/checkout. This is an action that checks out your repository and downloads it to the runner, allowing you to run actions against your code (such as testing tools). You must use the checkout action any time your workflow will use your repository's code. Some extra options are provided to the action using the with key.

      - name: Checkout LFS objects
        run: git lfs checkout

This step runs a command to check out large file storage (LFS) objects from the repository.

      - name: Gather files changed
        uses: trilom/file-changes-action@a6ca26c14274c33b15e6499323aac178af06ad4b
        id: get_diff_files
        with:
          output: ' '

This step uses the trilom/file-changes-action action to gather the files changed in the pull request, so they can be analyzed in the next step. This example is pinned to a specific version of the action, using the a6ca26c14274c33b15e6499323aac178af06ad4b SHA.

      - name: Insight into changed files
        run: |
          echo "${{ steps.get_diff_files.outputs.files }}" > get_diff_files.txt

This step runs a shell command that uses an output from the previous step to create a file containing the list of files changed in the pull request.

      - name: Setup node
        uses: actions/setup-node@v3
        with:
          node-version: 16.14.x
          cache: npm

This step uses the actions/setup-node action to install the specified version of the node software package on the runner, which gives you access to the npm command.

      - name: Install dependencies
        run: npm ci

This step runs the npm ci shell command to install the npm software packages for the project.

      - name: Cache nextjs build
        uses: actions/cache@v3
        with:
          path: .next/cache
          key: ${{ runner.os }}-nextjs-${{ hashFiles('package*.json') }}

This step uses the actions/cache action to cache the Next.js build, so that the workflow will attempt to retrieve a cache of the build, and not rebuild it from scratch every time. For more information, see "Abhängigkeiten zwischenspeichern um Workflows zu beschleunigen."

      - name: Run build script
        run: npm run build

This step runs the build script.

      - name: Run tests
        env:
          DIFF_FILE: get_diff_files.txt
          CHANGELOG_CACHE_FILE_PATH: src/fixtures/fixtures/changelog-feed.json
        run: npm test -- tests/${{ matrix.test-group }}/

This step runs the tests using npm test, and the test matrix provides a different value for ${{ matrix.test-group }} for each job in the matrix. It uses the DIFF_FILE environment variable to know which files have changed, and uses the CHANGELOG_CACHE_FILE_PATH environment variable for the changelog cache file.

# Hiermit wird der Name des Workflows definiert, der auf der Registerkarte „Aktionen“ im GitHub-Repository angezeigt wird.
name: Node.js Tests

# The `on` keyword lets you define the events that trigger when the workflow is run. You can define multiple events here. For more information, see "[AUTOTITLE](/actions/using-workflows/triggering-a-workflow#using-events-to-trigger-workflows)."
on:

  # Add the `workflow_dispatch` event if you want to be able to manually run this workflow. For more information, see [`workflow_dispatch`](/actions/using-workflows/events-that-trigger-workflows#workflow_dispatch).
  workflow_dispatch:

  # Add the `pull_request` event, so that the workflow runs automatically every time a pull request is created or updated. For more information, see [`pull_request`](/actions/using-workflows/events-that-trigger-workflows#pull_request).
  pull_request:

  # Add the `push` event with the `branch` filter, so that the workflow runs automatically every time a commit is pushed to a branch called "main". For more information, see [`push`](/actions/using-workflows/events-that-trigger-workflows#push).
  push:
    branches:
      - main

# This modifies the default permissions granted to `GITHUB_TOKEN`. This will vary depending on the needs of your workflow. For more information, see "[AUTOTITLE](/actions/using-jobs/assigning-permissions-to-jobs)."
permissions:
  contents: read
  pull-requests: read

# The `concurrency` key ensures that only a single workflow in the same concurrency group will run at the same time. For more information, see "[AUTOTITLE](/actions/using-jobs/using-concurrency)."
# `concurrency.group` generates a concurrency group name from the workflow name and pull request information. The `||` operator is used to define fallback values.
# `concurrency.cancel-in-progress` cancels any currently running job or workflow in the same concurrency group.
concurrency:
  group: '${{ github.workflow }} @ ${{ github.event.pull_request.head.label || github.head_ref || github.ref }}'
  cancel-in-progress: true

# This groups together all the jobs that run in the workflow file.
jobs:

  # This defines a job with the ID `test` that is stored within the `jobs` key.
  test:

    # This configures the job to run on a GitHub-hosted runner or a self-hosted runner, depending on the repository running the workflow.
    #
    # In this example, the job will run on a self-hosted runner if the repository is named `docs-internal` and is within the `github` organization. If the repository doesn't match this path, then it will run on an `ubuntu-latest` runner hosted by GitHub. For more information on these options, see "[AUTOTITLE](/actions/using-jobs/choosing-the-runner-for-a-job)."
    runs-on: ${{ fromJSON('["ubuntu-latest", "self-hosted"]')[github.repository == 'github/docs-internal'] }}

    # This sets the maximum number of minutes to let the job run before it is automatically canceled. For more information, see [`timeout-minutes`](/actions/using-workflows/workflow-syntax-for-github-actions#jobsjob_idtimeout-minutes).
    timeout-minutes: 60

    # This section defines the build matrix for your jobs.
    strategy:

      # Setting `fail-fast` to `false` prevents GitHub from cancelling all in-progress jobs if any matrix job fails.
      fail-fast: false

      # This creates a matrix named `test-group`, with an array of test groups. These values match the names of test groups that will be run by `npm test`.
      matrix:
        test-group:
          [
            content,
            graphql,
            meta,
            rendering,
            routing,
            unit,
            linting,
            translations,
          ]

    # This groups together all the steps that will run as part of the `test` job. Each job in a workflow has its own `steps` section.
    steps:

      # The `uses` keyword tells the job to retrieve the action named `actions/checkout`. This is an action that checks out your repository and downloads it to the runner, allowing you to run actions against your code (such as testing tools). You must use the checkout action any time your workflow will use your repository's code. Some extra options are provided to the action using the `with` key.
      - name: Check out repo
        uses: actions/checkout@v4
        with:
          lfs: ${{ matrix.test-group == 'content' }}
          persist-credentials: 'false'

      # This step runs a command to check out large file storage (LFS) objects from the repository.
      - name: Checkout LFS objects
        run: git lfs checkout

      # This step uses the `trilom/file-changes-action` action to gather the files changed in the pull request, so they can be analyzed in the next step. This example is pinned to a specific version of the action, using the `a6ca26c14274c33b15e6499323aac178af06ad4b` SHA.
      - name: Gather files changed
        uses: trilom/file-changes-action@a6ca26c14274c33b15e6499323aac178af06ad4b
        id: get_diff_files
        with:
          output: ' '

      # This step runs a shell command that uses an output from the previous step to create a file containing the list of files changed in the pull request.
      - name: Insight into changed files
        run: |

          echo "${{ steps.get_diff_files.outputs.files }}" > get_diff_files.txt

      # This step uses the `actions/setup-node` action to install the specified version of the `node` software package on the runner, which gives you access to the `npm` command.
      - name: Setup node
        uses: actions/setup-node@v3
        with:
          node-version: 16.14.x
          cache: npm

      # This step runs the `npm ci` shell command to install the npm software packages for the project.
      - name: Install dependencies
        run: npm ci

      # This step uses the `actions/cache` action to cache the Next.js build, so that the workflow will attempt to retrieve a cache of the build, and not rebuild it from scratch every time. For more information, see "[AUTOTITLE](/actions/using-workflows/caching-dependencies-to-speed-up-workflows)."
      - name: Cache nextjs build
        uses: actions/cache@v3
        with:
          path: .next/cache
          key: ${{ runner.os }}-nextjs-${{ hashFiles('package*.json') }}

      # This step runs the build script.
      - name: Run build script
        run: npm run build

      # This step runs the tests using `npm test`, and the test matrix provides a different value for `${{ matrix.test-group }}` for each job in the matrix. It uses the `DIFF_FILE` environment variable to know which files have changed, and uses the `CHANGELOG_CACHE_FILE_PATH` environment variable for the changelog cache file.
      - name: Run tests
        env:
          DIFF_FILE: get_diff_files.txt
          CHANGELOG_CACHE_FILE_PATH: src/fixtures/fixtures/changelog-feed.json
        run: npm test -- tests/${{ matrix.test-group }}/

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