Using GitLab CI/CD pipelines with GitHub repositories

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Using GitLab CI/CD with GitHub

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      Bill WANG
      May 10, 2022 18:18 pm Reply

      several things are missing in this video

      1. what's the recommend permission to set github "Personal access token"
      2. why it needs import the repo from github to gitlab, that's weird, when I only need run a cicd on it.
      3. If I update the repo in github, what happen to the repo in gitlab? Does it get auto-sync?

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      Pitchblack408
      May 10, 2022 18:18 pm Reply

      How can I make pull request in the the pipeline with the yml? I need to pull from a private instance of github with a runner that has connectivity.

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      Alexander Polozhevets
      May 10, 2022 18:18 pm Reply

      It doesn't work. Only importing to gitlab for once and when I am push (with pull request) something to github – I don't got any changes in imported gitlab project.

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      Patrick s
      May 10, 2022 18:18 pm Reply

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