I am a complete newbie to Gitlab and in the past I only did Dockerfiles. I use shared runners and somehow I always get a docker+machine executor. I have a
generator.py-script which builds a static html-page in the public-folder.
I have a
requirements.txt in my repo and I want to install the packages. Most examples I could find over Google specified e.g.
image: python:3.7 - however for me this resulted in an error:
Errno 2] No such file or directory: 'requirements.txt'
Apparently the runner doesn’t have access to my requirements.txt. If I don’t specify any image gitlab uses a ruby:2.5 image as executor and after installiing python-pip I get the same error message,
How can I have the complete gitlab-repo in my build environment? As previously written google or reading the docs didn’t help for me.
--- image: python:3.9-slim-buster before_script: - python3 -V - pip install -r requirements.txt - pip install -r backend/requirements.txt stages: - ".pre" - build - ".post" prepare: stage: build script: - python3 generator.py