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Git Pipe


Hassle-free minimal CI/CD for git repos for docker-based projects.


  • zero configuration for repos by default
  • optional automatic TLS by Let’s Encrypt
  • optional automatic domain registration by supported providers
  • automatic encrypted backup and recover via different providers including plain files or S3
  • minimal additional overhead
  • multiple repos at once without ports conflicts

# How does it work

git-pipe does for you:

  1. Clone/fetch remote repository
  2. Detect packaging type
  3. Build package
  4. Restore backup (if applicable)
  5. Starts container(s)
  6. Creates proxy router
  7. (optional) Registers DNS
  8. (optional) Generates TLS certificates by Let’s Encrypt HTTP-01 ACME
  9. (background) Regularly creates backup
  10. Starts from (1) in case something changes in repo

# Minimal working example

For installation from binaries:


Or for docker installation:

docker run -p -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock reddec/git-pipe


  • -p - docker instruction to expose port 8080 to localhost
  • -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock - expose docker control socket to git-pipe
  • - repo to pull and build (literally I picked just random one. Could be several repos)

Check usage section for details.

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