Query information about pipelines, workflows or jobs on Circle CI. The S3 print() method for these functions returns the respective pipeline IDs. To inspect the details of each pipeline, save the return value in an object and inspect the respective sub-lists.

If no pipeline or workflow is supplied to get_workflows()/get_jobs(), the ten most recent pipelines/jobs are queried, respectively.

get_pipelines(
  repo = github_info()$name,
  user = github_info()$owner$login,
  limit = 30,
  vcs_type = "gh",
  api_version = "v2"
)

get_workflows(
  pipeline_id = NULL,
  repo = github_info()$name,
  user = github_info()$owner$login
)

get_jobs(
  workflow_id = NULL,
  repo = github_info()$name,
  user = github_info()$owner$login,
  vcs_type = "gh"
)

retry_workflow(workflow_id = NULL)

Arguments

repo

[character]
The repository slug to use. Must follow the "user/repo" structure.

user

[character]
The username for the repository. By default queried using get_user().

limit

[integer]
How many builds should be returned? Maximum allowed by Circle is 30.

vcs_type

[character]
The version control system to use. Defaults to "gh" (Github).

api_version

[character]
A character string specifying the Circle CI API version. This usually does not need to be changed by the user.

pipeline_id

[character]
A Circle CI pipeline ID.

workflow_id

[character]
A Circle CI workflow ID.

Value

An object of class circle_collection containing list information on the queried Circle CI pipelines/workflows/jobs.

Details

While the get_*() functions query information about the respective build level details (pipeline - workflow - job), retry_workflow() let's users rerun a specific workflow. By default, the workflow from the most recent pipeline will be rerun if no pipeline ID was supplied.

Examples

if (FALSE) { pipelines <- get_pipelines() workflows <- get_workflows() jobs <- get_jobs() # rerun most recent workflow retry_workflow() }