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github newrelic / newrelic-ruby-agent / .github / actions / build-ruby / node_modules / @actions / github / lib / utils.js View on Github external
exports.getOctokitOptions = exports.GitHub = exports.context = void 0;
const Context = __importStar(require("./context"));
const Utils = __importStar(require("./internal/utils"));
// octokit + plugins
const core_1 = require("@octokit/core");
const plugin_rest_endpoint_methods_1 = require("@octokit/plugin-rest-endpoint-methods");
const plugin_paginate_rest_1 = require("@octokit/plugin-paginate-rest");
exports.context = new Context.Context();
const baseUrl = Utils.getApiBaseUrl();
const defaults = {
    baseUrl,
    request: {
        agent: Utils.getProxyAgent(baseUrl)
    }
};
exports.GitHub = core_1.Octokit.plugin(plugin_rest_endpoint_methods_1.restEndpointMethods, plugin_paginate_rest_1.paginateRest).defaults(defaults);
/**
 * Convience function to correctly format Octokit Options to pass into the constructor.
 *
 * @param     token    the repo PAT or GITHUB_TOKEN
 * @param     options  other options to set
 */
function getOctokitOptions(token, options) {
    const opts = Object.assign({}, options || {}); // Shallow clone - don't mutate the object provided by the caller
    // Auth
    const auth = Utils.getAuthString(token, opts);
    if (auth) {
        opts.auth = auth;
    }
    return opts;
}
exports.getOctokitOptions = getOctokitOptions;

@octokit/plugin-rest-endpoint-methods

Octokit plugin adding one method for all of api.github.com REST API endpoints

MIT
Latest version published 4 days ago

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