Update Github Profile with my most recent DEV post
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steps.
trigger
active
last updated:-last event:-
steps.
profile_repo
auth
to use OAuth tokens and API keys in code via theauths object
params
Owner
 
string ·params.owner
Repo
 
string ·params.repo
code
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async (event, steps, params) => {
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this.owner = params.owner
this.repo = params.repo
steps.
get_repository_readme
Gets the repository README, given an optional ref. See https://octokit.github.io/rest.js/v18#repos-get-readme
auth
(auths.github)
params
Repo Owner

The user / org who owns the repo

{{steps.profile_repo.owner}}
string ·params.owner
Repo Name

The name of your repository

{{steps.profile_repo.repo}}
string ·params.repo
Optional
code
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const { owner, repo, ref } = params
const { Octokit } = require("@octokit/rest")

const octokit = new Octokit({
  auth: auths.github.oauth_access_token,
})

let payload = {
  owner,
  repo,
}

if (ref) {
  payload = {
    owner,
    repo,
    ref,
  }
}

return (await octokit.repos.getReadme(payload)).data
steps.
base64_decode_string
Accepts a base64-encoded string, returns a decoded UTF-8 string
params
Data
{{steps.get_repository_readme.$return_value.content}}
string ·params.data
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const buffer = Buffer.from(params.data, 'base64');
this.data = buffer.toString('utf8');
steps.
insert_dev_link_in_readme
auth
to use OAuth tokens and API keys in code via theauths object
params
Link
{{event.link}}
string ·params.link
Readme
{{steps.base64_decode_string.data}}
string ·params.readme
Title
{{event.title}}
string ·params.title
code
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const { link, readme, title } = params

if (!link || !readme || !title) {
  $end("No link, title, or README conent found. Please see the step exports above to troubleshoot their absence.")
}

// Match on the content within the DEV tags 
const re = /\<\!\-\-\s*dev\s*\-\-\>(?<link>.*)\<\!\-\-\s*devend\s*\-\-\>/is

const match = readme.match(re)
if (!match || !match.groups) {
  $end("<!-- dev --> comments not found. Exiting")
}

return readme.replace(/\<\!\-\-\s*dev\s*\-\-\>(?<content>.*)\<\!\-\-\s*devend\s*\-\-\>/is, `<!-- dev -->
[${title}](${link})
<!-- devend -->`)
steps.
base64_encode_string
auth
to use OAuth tokens and API keys in code via theauths object
params
Data
{{steps.insert_dev_link_in_readme.$return_value}}
string ·params.data
code
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const buffer = Buffer.from(params.data);
this.data = buffer.toString('base64');
steps.
update_file_contents
auth
to use OAuth tokens and API keys in code via theauths object
(auths.github)
params
Owner
{{steps.profile_repo.owner}}
string ·params.owner
Repo
{{steps.profile_repo.repo}}
string ·params.repo
Path
README.md
string ·params.path
Content

The new file content, Base64-encoded

{{steps.base64_encode_string.data}}
string ·params.content
SHA

The blob SHA of the file being replaced

{{steps.get_repository_readme.$return_value.sha}}
string ·params.sha
Message

The commit message

Updating latest DEV link to {{event.link}}
string ·params.message
code
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const { owner, repo, path, content, message, sha } = params
const { Octokit } = require("@octokit/rest")

const octokit = new Octokit({
  auth: auths.github.oauth_access_token,
})

this.resp = await octokit.repos.createOrUpdateFileContents({
  owner,
  repo,
  path,
  message,
  content,
  sha
})