What is MergeQueue?
It is a FIFO (First-In-First-Out) queue that manages the merge workflow for your Github repository. The MergeQueue bot (MQ bot) uses Github Labels to identify Pull Requests (PRs) that are ready to be merged and queues them up. The MQ bot then pulls the latest base branch for each of those PRs sequentially, runs and verifies the required status checks, and then merges the changes.
MergeQueue is a tool in the Tools for GitHub category of a tech stack.
GitHub, Slack, Jenkins, CircleCI, and Travis CI are some of the popular tools that integrate with MergeQueue. Here's a list of all 5 tools that integrate with MergeQueue.
- Takes less than 10 minutes to configure the queue
- Adapt to your needs, setup your custom rules
- Keep tabs on your builds, merges and identify bottlenecks
- Works with any setup, whether you use CircleCI, Jenkins, TravisCI or any other tools
- No more merge wars, all pull requests get processed orderly
- Happy to help setup the configuration for you, if you need help
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