You can start a CodeBuild project with the
cody start command. Here’s an example:
$ cody start demo Build started for project: demo Here's the CodeBuild Console Log url: https://us-west-2.console.aws.amazon.com/codesuite/codebuild/projects/demo/build/demo%3A7bc4cb33-d918-467a-9e09-fe7fe1f57ed8/log Showing logs for build demo:10b8c4dc-e328-4759-9e32-805bcee8d1f9 Phase: SUBMITTED Status: SUCCEEDED Duration: 0 Phase: QUEUED Status: Duration: Phase: QUEUED Status: SUCCEEDED Duration: 1 ... Phase: FINALIZING Status: SUCCEEDED Duration: 2 Phase: COMPLETED Status: Duration: 2019-11-28 05:29:23 UTC 9: post_build 2019-11-28 05:29:23 UTC Thu Nov 28 05:29:21 UTC 2019 2019-11-28 05:29:25 UTC 2019-11-28 05:29:25 UTC [Container] 2019/11/28 05:29:23 Phase complete: POST_BUILD State: SUCCEEDED 2019-11-28 05:29:25 UTC [Container] 2019/11/28 05:29:23 Phase context status code: Message: $
If the project name is the same as the parent folder name then you can do this:
cd demo cody start # demo is inferred from the parent folder
Specifying Code Branch
If you would like start a build using a specific code branch you can use the
-b option. Example:
cody start demo -b feature-branch
AWS CLI Equivalent
cody start command is a simple wrapper to the AWS API with the ruby sdk. You can also start codebuild projects with the
aws codebuild cli. Here’s the equivalent CLI command:
aws codebuild start-build --project-name demo --source-version master
If you are using multiple Cody projects with Types, you can start the specific CodeBuild project type with the
--type option. Example:
cody start demo --type unit
Override CodeBuild Environment Variables
You can override CodeBuild env variables at runtime with
cody start demo --type vpc --env-vars K1=v1 K2=v2 cody start demo --type vpc --env-vars K1=v1 K2=ssm:v2 # support for PARAMETER_STORE
Remember the environment variables are within the CodeBuild environment instance running the build script, not the application’s environment.
Also, for help info you can check the cody start CLI reference.
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