Attempting to trigger a build with curl as explained in the docs (https://circleci.com/docs/api/v1-reference/#new-build), but I can’t get this to work. Every time I try to use the example (tailored to my username/project), I get a noscript response from CircleCI. Can someone point me in the right direction?
Would you expand on this? What is the the response that you get?
This forum software stripped my angle bracketed noscript tag. I get a noscript response from CircleCI. Here’s a gist with a scrubbed command and the noscript page that’s returned: https://gist.github.com/mfestrada/1d66916db6bc10cc5885498994108eca
Also, there’s conflicting documentation from CircleCI on how to do this, and I’m getting the same response from both examples.
Documentation reference #1:
Documentation reference #2:
I’ve even replaced my token with ‘foo’, and get the noscript message which means that I’m not really authenticating. However, I’m doing everything the docs are instructing to do. Very confused, this should be straightforward but isn’t.
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Noted. Here’s what was in the gist I linked to:
curl -v -X POST https://circleci.com/api/v1.1/project/gh/[my_gh_organization]/[the_project_name]?circle-token=[token_from_circleci_project_settings]
FWIW in case anybody had the same issue and finds this thread, the path in the URL was incorrect. Instead of
gh, it needed to be
github. The first documentation reference I listed in the original post explained this.
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