Entrypoint into the pipeline/step execution engine.


(execute-step args ctx step)(execute-step args [ctx step])
Execute a single step within a pipeline execution.
Takes the arguments to pass to the step, the ctx and the step-function to call.
Often used when implementing container steps (i.e. steps that call other, child steps).


(execute-steps steps args ctx & opts)

Execute a number of steps in a particular way (configured by opts). Usually used when implementing container steps (i.e. steps that call other, child steps).


  • :step-results-producer A function that can execute a set of steps and return a step result in the end. Defaults to serial execution
  • :is-killed An atom with vaule true or false if the parent step needs control over when child steps are killed. Optional
  • :unify-results-fn A function that takes a collection of step results and returns a single step result that will be the result of the step while it is in progress. Used to control the parent
  • :retrigger-predicate A function that takes a steps context and the step itself and returns a keyword on what to do when retriggering: :run if the step should just run normally, :rerun if we rerun a step that ran before or :mock if we just mock the steps run by returning the previous result. Defaults to behavior that makes sense of steps run in sequence.


(kill-step ctx build-number step-id)
Send an event to kill a particular step and return immediately.


(retrigger-pipeline pipeline context build-number step-id-to-run next-build-number)
Retriggers a previous build of the pipeline, starting from a particular step-id.
Returns the full results of the pipeline execution (see run-pipeline for details)


(retrigger-pipeline-async pipeline context build-number step-id-to-run)
Retriggers a previous build of the pipeline asynchronously and returning only the build number of the new pipeline-execution.


(run-pipeline pipeline ctx)

Execute a complete run of the pipeline. Returns with the full result of the pipeline execution:

> (run-pipeline pipeline ctx)
{:status  :success
 :outputs {[1] {:status :success}
           [2] {:status :success
                :outputs {[1 2} {:status :success}}