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Here is my scenario:
On GitHub, I’ve made some “GitHub Actions” that use the
netlify cli to publish a deploy preview.
The issue I’m having is that once I publish the deploy preview, there is no hook to tell github that for the PR I have open, netlify should tell github that my PR has had a deploy.
For example, I have this PR: https://github.com/NullVoxPopuli/emberclear/pull/128
With this C.I. Action: https://github.com/NullVoxPopuli/emberclear/runs/215801319
That outputs this Preview URL: https://5d75a4c7c33b02edf8deb8e8–emberclear.netlify.com
And on Netlify, It is receiving info:
And I have these for my Notification Settings:
(I think these are default).
Fwiw, I know I could just let the Netlify UI handle this and build and deploy and notify for me, but I want more control over the build environment, which is why I’m doing this on C.I. / GitHub Actions (but really, the specific platform is irrelevant, as this should be possible with bash / the netlify cli?)
I was figuring that maybe I could manually trigger a Deploy Preview Notification somehow?
Or maybe this is a bug?
Or is there some super obvious way to achieve what I want that I have missed?
This is what the last success looked like:
I was hoping that once a deploy preview was made, some netlify stuff would show up in there.