feat(github): support usage of gh-token for deployment from external env by davinkevin · Pull Request #3121 · angular/angular-cli · GitHub

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  • In order to being able to push to github from CI (Travis for example), we should be able to provide a token to the cli, as `–gh-token=XYZ`.
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@davinkevin: Make my (first) PR to my favorite project @AngularCli ! Hope it will be accepted /cc @Brocco @angularjs

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In order to being able to push to github from CI (Travis for example), we should be able to provide a token to the cli, as

–gh-token=XYZ

. This modification allow to use this token in the destination url. This also allow user to push to another github repository if it uses a different

–gh-username

In order to being able to push to github from CI (Travis for example), we should be able to provide a token to the cli, as `–gh-token=XYZ`. This modification allow to use this token in the destination url. This also allow user to push to another github repository if it uses a different `–gh-username` from the one used for the checkout.

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feat(github): support usage of gh-token for deployment from external env by davinkevin · Pull Request #3121 · angular/angular-cli · GitHub

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