ekino open source

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Tool that provides convenient version management webapp. It is based on Play framework, akka and Scala.

It provides 5 views:

  • Main view: list of the repositories
  • Repository Details: all the versions and plugins of a given repository
  • Dependencies: list of the dependencies
  • Dependency Details: all the repositories using the dependency
  • Plugin Details: all the repositories using the plugin


JDK 8 is required.


The IntelliJ integration is not automatic. A Scala SDK needs to be added to the project. This Gradle command has to be launched manually:

$ ./gradlew idea


Run in dev mode

First, you have to add a set of env variables:

Variable name description example
GITLAB_URL url of the gitlab "https://gitlab.ekino.com"
GITLAB_USER gitlab user "philippe.agra"
GITLAB_TOKEN gitlab api token "XxXxXxXxXxXxXxXxXxXx"
GITLAB_GROUP_IDS gitlab group ids "1524,626"
GITHUB_USER github user "philippeagra"
GITHUB_TOKEN github api token "XxXxXxXxXxXxXxXxXxXx"
GITHUB_USERS github users "ekino,philippeagra"
LOCAL_REPOSITORY_URL nexus url "https://nexus.ekino.com/repository/public-mfg/"
LOCAL_REPOSITORY_USER nexus user "philippe.agra"

Then run the application with Gradle

./gradlew -t runPlayBinary

Test the application on url http://localhost:9000/

Run in binary mode

$ ./gradlew build
$ unzip build/distributions/playBinary.zip -d build/distributions
$ ./build/distributions/playBinary/bin/playBinary

Test the application on url http://localhost:9000/

Run in docker mode

$ ./gradlew clean dist
$ docker build . -t ekino-tools-version
$ docker run --env-file credentials-docker --rm -p "8080:8080" -v "/tmp/versions:/tmp/versions" ekino-tools-version

Test the application on url http://localhost:8080/

Using sbt

You can also use sbt instead of gradle. It offers a better integration with intelliJ and allows debug.