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Small go application that listens for incoming HTTP requests and redirects to assets from the latest release published to a GitHub repository.
$ go install . $ github-release-redirector -port 1234 -repo user/repo
or using docker:
$ docker run -p 8080:8080 csmith/github-release-redirector -repo user/repo
Usage of github-release-redirector: -poll int the amount of time to wait between polling for releases; 0 to disable polling (default 3600) -port int the port to listen on for HTTP requests (default 8080) -redirect string if specified, requests for / will be redirected to this url -repo string the repository to redirect releases for, in user/repo format [required] -webhook string full path to receive release webhooks from GitHub on
-redirect option is specified, then requests to the root (i.e.
will be redirected to that URL, and no further processing will be done for
Releases are refreshed at startup and then, by default, once an hour. You can
customise this duration with the
-poll option; setting the poll time to
will disable polling entirely other than at startup.
As an alternative to polling, you can configure a webhook URL with the
-webhook argument. This must be the full URL that GitHub will call
when a release is made, and it is advisable to include a secret in the
URL to avoid any client on the Internet being able to trigger a refresh.
For example if you run with
-webhook /webhook/gjrCBVy7, you
should configure GitHub to send pull requests to
https://yourserver.example.com/webook/gjrCBVy7. You should configure
the WebHook to only send individual events, and select only the
The contents of the webhook are not used; it is merely used as a signal to start a refresh using the GitHub API.
When running with the
-webhook option it is recommended to also disable
-poll 0, or set the polling time to a much larger value.
Assets are matched on their name, so an asset attached to the latest release
named “myproject-installer-1.2.3.exe” will be available at the URL
Any url not mapped to an asset is responded to with a 404 not found error; if there is no latest release available all requests will respond with 500 internal server error.
The service listens only on HTTP, not HTTPS. For production use it should be placed behind an SSL-terminating proxy such as Traefik, Nginx or HAProxy.
This performs the job I wrote it to do, so it’s unlikely I’ll be developing any further features. If you’re using this and would like to send a pull request for a feature I’d be happy to review and merge.
In particular I’d welcome the following:
This software is released under the MIT licence. See the LICENCE file for full details.