Describe your question in as much detail as possible:
Use case: I have a CI/CD pipeline that generates a number of files. One of the files is dot_inline_dotgraph_1.png . I would like to link to that png file in the README.md file like this:
This causes two problems:
I can manually download a zip file with assets here: Sign in · GitLab This url contains the jobnumber. I don’t know how to link to the output of the job that was triggered by the current commit.
The assets mentioned in 1) are inside a zip file. How can I link to dot_inline_dotgraph_1.png specifically?
What are you seeing, and how does that differ from what you expect to see?
Consider including screenshots, error messages, and/or other helpful visuals
After the script has run, I can download a zip file with the artifacts
The contents of the zip file:
What version are you on? Are you using self-managed or GitLab.com?
I am using a self-managed version of gitlab to run the CI/CD script, (as I’m unable to run them on www.gitlab.com because I don’t have a credit card.)
GitLab Community Edition 14.6.0
I don’t know how to get the version number of the runner.
- Add the CI configuration from
.gitlab-ci.ymland other configuration if relevant (e.g. docker-compose.yml)
Here’s a copy of my repository:
# This file is a template, and might need editing before it works on your project. # use the official gcc image, based on debian # can use verions as well, like gcc:5.2 # see https://hub.docker.com/_/gcc/ image: gcc variables: GIT_SUBMODULE_STRATEGY: recursive #https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/ci/git_submodules.html deploy: stage: deploy before_script: - apt update && apt -y install doxygen graphviz script: - doxygen artifacts: paths: - ./html/dot_inline_dotgraph_1.png # - ./html/index.html
- What troubleshooting steps have you already taken? Can you link to any docs or other resources so we know where you have been?
Thanks for taking the time to be thorough in your request, it really helps!