pyaction 4.31.0 Released

pyaction 4.31.0 Released

TL;DR

I just released pyaction 4.31.0, a Docker container with Python, git, and the GitHub CLI. You can pull pyaction from either the GitHub Container Registry or from Docker Hub.

This release updates the GitHub CLI included in the container to 2.50.0.

Changelog 4.31.0 – 2024-06-08

Changed

  • Bumped GitHub CLI to 2.50.0.

Current Version List

This latest release of pyaction includes the following:

More Information

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A Docker container with Python, git, and the Github CLI

pyaction - A Docker container with Python, git, and the GitHub CLI

Website for our GitHub Actions and tools for developing them: https://actions.cicirello.org/

This Docker image is designed to support implementing Github Actions
with Python. As of version 4.0.0., it starts with
the official python docker image as the base
which is a Debian OS. It specifically uses python:3-slim to keep the image size
down for faster loading of Github Actions that use pyaction. On top of the
base, we’ve installed curl,
gpg, git, and the
GitHub CLI. We added curl and gpg because they
are needed to install the GitHub CLI, and they may come in handy anyway
(especially curl) when implementing a GitHub Action.

Blog Post on DEV: pyaction: A Docker container with Python, git, and the GitHub CLI, posted on December 28, 2022. See a list of additional blog posts later in this…

For more information, see pyaction’s webpage:

The pyaction Docker container is designed to support implementing Github Actions with Python. It starts with the official python slim docker image as the base, using slim to keep the image size down for faster loading of Github Actions that use pyaction. The pyaction container also includes curl, gpg, git, and the GitHub CLI.

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