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An optional JMESPath filter can be configured when adding GitLab integrations.

1. Contains (include)

[?contains(name, 'git') || contains(name, 'Slap') || contains(name, 'est')]

This is a filter based on the text in the repository name. It lists repositories with the names that contain any of the specified word. Do note that the declared string format is case-sensitive.

2. Contains (exclude)

[?(!contains(tag_list, 'largemedia'))]

[?(!contains(name, 'firstword'))]

[?(!contains(name, 'firstword')) && (!contains(name, 'secondword'))]

1 – Blacklists a project tag.

2 – Lists repositories with the names that do not contain the word 'firstword'.

3 – Lists repositories with the names that either do not contain the words 'firstword' OR 'secondword'.

The !condition must be wrapped in a parenthesis so it won’t invert the whole expression.

3. Tags

[?contains(tag_list, 'largemedia')]

Whitelists a project tag.

Note
GitLab refers to project tags as tags in the API and in some places in the UI but the actual setting is called Topics.

4. Starts with or ends with

[?starts_with(name, 'git') || ends_with(name, 'test')]

Lists repositories with the names that start with 'git' or end with 'test'.

5. Exclude projects without repositories

[?!empty_repo]

Lists only repositories from projects that have existing repositories.

 

Do note that the declared string format is case-sensitive.


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