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An optional JMESPath filter can be configured when adding GitLab integration or repositories.

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 will list repositories that contains the specified names. 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 project tag.

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

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

3. Tags

[?contains(tag_list, 'largemedia')]

Whitelists 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 names that starts with 'git' or ends with 'test'.

5. Exclude projects without repositories

[?!empty_repo]

Lists only repositories from projects that have existing repositories.


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