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Run Locally Via Docker🔗

For Azure DevOps🔗

Git Safe Directory

This doesn't mount to the host /tmp, unlike examples in GitHub, because it flags the directory as owned by the docker user (likely root), which causes Git's safe directory feature to block.

Easier to just disable mounting to the host in this scenario, as git config --global --add /tmp/renovate/repos/* didn't seem to work.

Set the environment variables: export AZURE_DEVOPS_ORG=foo, and the other AZURE_DEVOPS_EXT_PAT, and finally replace PROJECTNAME/REPO.

docker run --rm -it \
    -e RENOVATE_PLATFORM="azure" \
    -e GITHUB_COM_TOKEN=$(gh auth token) \
    -e RENOVATE_DRY_RUN=full \
    -e LOG_LEVEL=debug \
    -v ${PWD}/config.js:/usr/src/app/config.js \
    -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock \
    renovate/renovate:latest --include-forks=false --dry-run=full PROJECTNAME/REPO