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Latest version: v1.6.0

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drone-line

[drone-line](./images/line.png)

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Sending line notifications using a binary, docker or Drone CI.

Register Line BOT API Trial

Please refer to LINE Business Center.

Feature

  • [x] Send multiple Message.
  • [x] Send Text Message.
  • [x] Send Video Message.
  • [x] Send Audio Message.
  • [x] Send Sticker Message.
  • [x] Send Location Message.
  • [x] Support prometheus metrics API.
  • [x] Automatically install TLS certificates from Let's Encrypt.
  • [x] Support Localtunnel for webhook tunnel.
  • [x] Support Line Notify.

Localtunnel allows you to easily share a web service on your local development machine without messing with DNS and firewall settings.

Memory Usage:

[Memory Usage](./screenshots/memory_usage.png)

Notification Count Usage:

[Notification Count Usage](./screenshots/notification.png)

Build or Download a binary

The pre-compiled binaries can be downloaded from release page. Support the following OS type.

  • Windows amd64/386
  • Linux amd64/386
  • Darwin amd64/386

With Go installed

go get -u -v github.com/appleboy/drone-line

or build the binary with the following command:

make build

Docker

Build the docker image with the following commands:

make docker

Usage

There are three ways to send notification.

Usage from binary

Setup Webhook service

Setup Webhook service as default port 8088.

drone-line \
  --secret xxxx \
  --token xxxx \
  webhook

Change default webhook port to 8089.

drone-line \
  --port 8089 \
  --secret xxxx \
  --token xxxx \
  webhook

Use localtunnel to tunnel your locally running bot so that Line can reach the webhook.

drone-line \
  -s secret \
  -t token \
  --tunnel \
  --port 2002 \
  webhook

Use Let's Encrypt. Please make sure you have permission to listen on 443 port.

drone-line \
  -s secret \
  -t token \
  -autotls \
  -host example.com \
  -cache /var/www/.cache \
  --port 443 \
  webhook

Tips: Another way to use ngrok to tunnel your locally running bot so that Line can reach the webhook.

Send Notification

Setup the --to flag after fetch user id from webhook service.

drone-line \
  --secret xxxx \
  --token xxxx \
  --to xxxx \
  --message "Test Message"

Send LINE Notify

If you connect your service with LINE Notify, LINE users can easily receive notifications from it. See the documentation.

drone-line \
  --token xxxx \
  --message "Test Message" \
  notify

Usage from docker

Setup Webhook service as default port 8088.

docker run --rm \
  -e LINE_CHANNEL_SECRET=xxxxxxx \
  -e LINE_CHANNEL_TOKEN=xxxxxxx \
  appleboy/drone-line webhook

Change default webhook port to 8089.

docker run --rm \
  -e LINE_CHANNEL_SECRET=xxxxxxx \
  -e LINE_CHANNEL_TOKEN=xxxxxxx \
  -e LINE_PORT=8089 \
  appleboy/drone-line webhook

Tips: Use ngrok to tunnel your locally running bot so that Line can reach the webhook.

Send Notification

docker run --rm \
  -e LINE_CHANNEL_SECRET=xxxxxxx \
  -e LINE_CHANNEL_TOKEN=xxxxxxx \
  -e LINE_TO=xxxxxxx \
  -e LINE_MESSAGE=test \
  -e LINE_IMAGES=https://example.com/1.png \
  -e LINE_VIDEOS=https://example.com/1.mp4 \
  -e LINE_AUDIOS=https://example.com/1.mp3::1000 \
  -e LINE_STICKERS=1::1 \
  -e LINE_LOCATIONS=title::address::latitude::longitude \
  -e LINE_DELIMITER=:: \
  appleboy/drone-line

Usage from drone ci

Execute from the working directory:

docker run --rm \
  -e PLUGIN_CHANNEL_SECRET=xxxxxxx \
  -e PLUGIN_CHANNEL_TOKEN=xxxxxxx \
  -e PLUGIN_TO=xxxxxxx \
  -e PLUGIN_MESSAGE=test \
  -e PLUGIN_IMAGES=https://example.com/1.png \
  -e PLUGIN_VIDEOS=https://example.com/1.mp4 \
  -e PLUGIN_AUDIOS=https://example.com/1.mp3::1000 \
  -e PLUGIN_STICKERS=1::1 \
  -e PLUGIN_LOCATIONS=title::address::latitude::longitude \
  -e PLUGIN_DELIMITER=:: \
  -e PLUGIN_ONLY_MATCH_EMAIL=false \
  -e DRONE_REPO_OWNER=appleboy \
  -e DRONE_REPO_NAME=go-hello \
  -e DRONE_COMMIT_SHA=e5e82b5eb3737205c25955dcc3dcacc839b7be52 \
  -e DRONE_COMMIT_BRANCH=master \
  -e DRONE_COMMIT_AUTHOR=appleboy \
  -e DRONE_COMMIT_AUTHOR_EMAIL=appleboy@gmail.com \
  -e DRONE_COMMIT_MESSAGE=Test_Your_Commit \
  -e DRONE_BUILD_NUMBER=1 \
  -e DRONE_BUILD_STATUS=success \
  -e DRONE_BUILD_LINK=http://github.com/appleboy/go-hello \
  -e DRONE_JOB_STARTED=1477550550 \
  -e DRONE_JOB_FINISHED=1477550750 \
  -v $(pwd):$(pwd) \
  -w $(pwd) \
  appleboy/drone-line

You can get more [information](DOCS.md) about how to use scp plugin in drone.

Testing

Test the package with the following command:

make test