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Continuous Integration

pnpm can easily be used in various continuous integration systems.

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In all the provided configuration files the store is cached. However, this is not required, and it is not guaranteed that caching the store will make installation faster. So feel free to not cache the pnpm store in your job.

Travis

On Travis CI, you can use pnpm for installing your dependencies by adding this to your .travis.yml file:

.travis.yml
cache:
npm: false
directories:
- "~/.pnpm-store"
before_install:
- corepack enable
- corepack prepare pnpm@latest-8 --activate
- pnpm config set store-dir ~/.pnpm-store
install:
- pnpm install

Semaphore

On Semaphore, you can use pnpm for installing and caching your dependencies by adding this to your .semaphore/semaphore.yml file:

.semaphore/semaphore.yml
version: v1.0
name: Semaphore CI pnpm example
agent:
machine:
type: e1-standard-2
os_image: ubuntu1804
blocks:
- name: Install dependencies
task:
jobs:
- name: pnpm install
commands:
- corepack enable
- corepack prepare pnpm@latest-8 --activate
- checkout
- cache restore node-$(checksum pnpm-lock.yaml)
- pnpm install
- cache store node-$(checksum pnpm-lock.yaml) $(pnpm store path)

AppVeyor

On AppVeyor, you can use pnpm for installing your dependencies by adding this to your appveyor.yml:

appveyor.yml
install:
- ps: Install-Product node $env:nodejs_version
- corepack enable
- corepack prepare pnpm@latest-8 --activate
- pnpm install

GitHub Actions

On GitHub Actions, you can use pnpm for installing and caching your dependencies like so (belongs in .github/workflows/NAME.yml):

.github/workflows/NAME.yml
name: pnpm Example Workflow
on:
push:
jobs:
build:
runs-on: ubuntu-20.04
strategy:
matrix:
node-version: [15]
steps:
- uses: actions/checkout@v3
- uses: pnpm/action-setup@v3
with:
version: 8
- name: Use Node.js ${{ matrix.node-version }}
uses: actions/setup-node@v3
with:
node-version: ${{ matrix.node-version }}
cache: 'pnpm'
- name: Install dependencies
run: pnpm install
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Caching packages dependencies with actions/setup-node@v2 requires you to install pnpm with version 6.10+.

GitLab CI

On GitLab, you can use pnpm for installing and caching your dependencies like so (belongs in .gitlab-ci.yml):

.gitlab-ci.yml
stages:
- build

build:
stage: build
image: node:18.17.1
before_script:
- corepack enable
- corepack prepare pnpm@latest-8 --activate
- pnpm config set store-dir .pnpm-store
script:
- pnpm install # install dependencies
cache:
key:
files:
- pnpm-lock.yaml
paths:
- .pnpm-store

Bitbucket Pipelines

You can use pnpm for installing and caching your dependencies:

.bitbucket-pipelines.yml
definitions:
caches:
pnpm: $BITBUCKET_CLONE_DIR/.pnpm-store

pipelines:
pull-requests:
"**":
- step:
name: Build and test
image: node:18.17.1
script:
- corepack enable
- corepack prepare pnpm@latest-8 --activate
- pnpm install
- pnpm run build # Replace with your build/test…etc. commands
caches:
- pnpm

Azure Pipelines

On Azure Pipelines, you can use pnpm for installing and caching your dependencies by adding this to your azure-pipelines.yml:

azure-pipelines.yml
variables:
pnpm_config_cache: $(Pipeline.Workspace)/.pnpm-store

steps:
- task: Cache@2
inputs:
key: 'pnpm | "$(Agent.OS)" | pnpm-lock.yaml'
path: $(pnpm_config_cache)
displayName: Cache pnpm

- script: |
corepack enable
corepack prepare pnpm@latest-8 --activate
pnpm config set store-dir $(pnpm_config_cache)
displayName: "Setup pnpm"

- script: |
pnpm install
pnpm run build
displayName: "pnpm install and build"

CircleCI

On CircleCI, you can use pnpm for installing and caching your dependencies by adding this to your .circleci/config.yml:

.circleci/config.yml
version: 2.1

jobs:
build: # this can be any name you choose
docker:
- image: node:18
resource_class: large
parallelism: 10

steps:
- checkout
- restore_cache:
name: Restore pnpm Package Cache
keys:
- pnpm-packages-{{ checksum "pnpm-lock.yaml" }}
- run:
name: Install pnpm package manager
command: |
corepack enable
corepack prepare pnpm@latest-8 --activate
pnpm config set store-dir .pnpm-store
- run:
name: Install Dependencies
command: |
pnpm install
- save_cache:
name: Save pnpm Package Cache
key: pnpm-packages-{{ checksum "pnpm-lock.yaml" }}
paths:
- .pnpm-store

Jenkins

You can use pnpm for installing and caching your dependencies:

pipeline {
agent {
docker {
image 'node:lts-bullseye-slim'
args '-p 3000:3000'
}
}
stages {
stage('Build') {
steps {
sh 'corepack enable'
sh 'corepack prepare pnpm@latest-8 --activate'
sh 'pnpm install'
}
}
}
}