I want to use Python for building pages with Mkdocs while automatically triaging issues and merger requests with GitLab Triage gem. Is it possible to use 2 or more programming languages without pulling 2+ Docker images or do I need to compile and build them manually?
The Full Story
On December 1 at 7:20, I committed 445 additions and 10 deletions to
staging branch. I carefully watched the CI logs to write what happened.
Expectations vs. Reality on CI Logs
What I Expect: Successfully build the static files and deploy to GL Pages, while using GitLab Triage on schedules so I can merge it safely to
What Really Happened: The CI went berserk, echoing the service runner blah blah blah probably didn’t run errors.
- Look for SSGs written in Ruby, which is too complicated.
- Try GitLab Build Images, but images with Python included aren’t currently available as of the date when this thread posted.
- Roam around DuckDuckGo and Docker Hub for any available solutions about the issue.
- Temporary use Ruby first with GL Triage only in meanwhile (currently option using).
Related GitLab Runners Issues
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