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Gitlab support in App Platform

Hi! Congrats on the App Platform release. Looks good!

I see on the blogpost that one of the upcoming features is gitlab and bitbucket support

Support for GitLab and Bitbucket so that you can deploy code from your repositories on these services.

Will the gitlab integration support both private self-hosted gitlab or just gitlab.com? Any schedule on this?

Can’t wait to test the App Platform. Thanks! :)

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Please support Bitbucket repository, I need to migrate my projects :)

When can we expect support for self-hosted GitLab? Should do basically the same thing as the cloud version, we just need the ability to manually enter the GitLab URL for connecting the repos.

+1 for bitbucket support please

+1 on Gitlab support, we run self-hosted. The apps platform would really simplify our workflow.

Hello. An alternative “solution”:

1 - create an github repo 2 - sync

# Assume we are in your home directory
cd ~/

# Clone the repo from GitLab using the `--mirror` option
$ git clone --mirror git@your-gitlab-site.com:mario/my-repo.git

# Change into newly created repo directory
$ cd ~/my-repo.git

# Push to GitHub using the `--mirror` option.  The `--no-verify` option skips any hooks. 
$ git push --no-verify --mirror git@github.com:mario/my-repo.git

3 - Got to gitlab repo -> settings -> repository -> Mirroring repositories

4 - Point to your github repo, authenticate, sync etc…

Done! All changes in gitlab is mirrored to github(with small delay)

Good Luck

Hello. An alternative “solution”:

1 - create an github repo 2 - sync

# Assume we are in your home directory
cd ~/

# Clone the repo from GitLab using the `--mirror` option
$ git clone --mirror git@your-gitlab-site.com:mario/my-repo.git

# Change into newly created repo directory
$ cd ~/my-repo.git

# Push to GitHub using the `--mirror` option.  The `--no-verify` option skips any hooks. 
$ git push --no-verify --mirror git@github.com:mario/my-repo.git

3 - Got to gitlab repo -> settings -> repository -> Mirroring repositories

4 - Point to your github repo, authenticate, sync etc…

Done! All changes in gitlab is mirrored to github(with small delay)

Good Luck

+1 for Gitlab support That would make this product go from awesome to AWESOME for me :)

I’m also quite interested in this, and using Gitlab. I’ve used both private and cloud Gitlab, but would be happy to see cloud gitlab as a v1 offering.

Hi… Jake from the DO product team here. As Sri mentioned, we’re looking to add this support.

Quick question for both of you-- do you use Gitlab cloud or Gitlab self-hosted?

I was going to create a post for this exact same question. I’m really excited by your PaaS offering. The prices are really cool compared to your competitors. Sadly we use GitLab.com hosting now and not GitHub. I’m looking forward to your GitLab support so I can migrate my projects from Heroku to DigitalOcean.

Really cool stuff you have going on, thanks!