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GitHub, Bitbucket, GitLab and Other Integrations

Synchronization of Users, Teams, Permissions and Repositories

Composer has broad support for version control systems, code hosting platforms and authentication protocols. As a consequence Private Packagist is compatible with all the same systems and platforms, namely Git, Mercurial or Subversion using SSH access, HTTP Basic Auth over SSL, or their native protocols.

To simplify the initial setup and maintenance of a Private Packagist account, we offer optional synchronization for GitHub organizations, Bitbucket teams and GitLab groups. This integration keeps teams, their members, and access permissions in sync with a matching GitHub organization. So you only need to manage users and permissions in a single place.

You can log into Private Packagist using an account on GitHub.com, Bitbucket.org, or GitLab.com. If you already have an account you can connect these services to your existing account on your profile page.

You can then either create a new organization directly synchronized with a GitHub organization, Bitbucket team or a GitLab group, or you can enable synchronization for an existing Organization in Settings.

Synchronization

Apart from synchronizing teams, users, and permissions, setting up the integration will simplify the addition of new packages to your Composer repository. When you create a new repository on GitHub, Bitbucket, or GitLab, it will be added as a Composer package automatically if it contains a composer.json file. If you’d like to add existing repositories as packages, you can do so with the click of a button on the Packages tab in your organization.

Update web hooks notifying Packagist of new code pushes will be installed in the background, and credentials to access the package will be configured automatically.

Integrations

Private Packagist integrates with the following systems:

GitHub

  • OAuth: Users authenticate on Private Packagist with their GitHub accounts
  • Synchronization:
    • Keeps teams, their members, and access permissions in sync with your GitHub organization
  • Code Credentials: GitHub App or GitHub API Token
  • Webhooks: Code changes, releases, created repositories, team creation or member changes

GitHub Enterprise

  • OAuth: Users authenticate on Private Packagist with their GitHub accounts. Please contact us to set this up for the cloud plan or follow this setup for enterprise.
  • Synchronization:
    • Keeps team members and access permissions in sync with your GitHub Enterprise organizations
  • Code Credentials: GitHub API Token
  • Webhooks: Code changes, releases, created repositories, team creation or member changes

Bitbucket Cloud (bitbucket.org)

  • OAuth: Users authenticate on Private Packagist with their Bitbucket accounts
  • Synchronization:
    • Keeps groups, their members, and access permissions in sync with your Bitbucket team
  • Code Credentials: Bitbucket API Key or Bitbucket App Password
  • Webhooks: Code changes and releases

Bitbucket Server / Stash

  • OAuth: Users authenticate on Private Packagist with their Bitbucket Server accounts. Please contact us to set this up for the cloud plan or follow this setup for enterprise.
  • Synchronization:
    • Keeps users and access permissions in sync with your Bitbucket Server projects
    • Individual collaborators aren't supported
  • Code Credentials: personal access token which are available since Bitbucket Server 5.5 or username and password for older versions
  • Webhooks: Code changes and releases

GitLab

  • OAuth: Users authenticate on Private Packagist with their GitLab accounts
  • Synchronization:
    • Keeps teams, their members, and access permissions in sync with your GitLab groups
    • Individual collaborators aren't supported
  • Code Credentials: GitLab API token
  • Webhooks: Code changes and releases

GitLab (Self-hosted)

  • OAuth: Users authenticate on Private Packagist with their GitLab accounts. Please contact us to set this up for the cloud plan or follow this setup for Enterprise.
  • Synchronization:
    • Keeps teams, their members, and access permissions in sync with your GitLab groups
    • Individual collaborators aren't yet supported
  • Code Credentials: GitLab API Token
  • Webhooks: Code changes and releases

AWS CodeCommit

  • Webhook:
    • Users need to create an AWS CodeCommit Trigger using the generic hook URL from the package page
    • Code changes are available automatically. For releases, you need to select "All repository events" for the events type.

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