If your Git hosting application isn't supported or if your repository is not internet-accessible, you can still connect it to Sleuth through the 'Custom Git' option.
Because Sleuth won't have access to your repository, Sleuth won't know about associated pull requests. This means features such as the deploy timeline and metrics will only take into account commits, but not also pull requests.
You can add a code deployment for your git repository to a Sleuth project. Once configured and you start registering deploys, Sleuth will be tracking deploys for your code changes.
To configure the custom Git integration:
- 2.When asked to select the repository provider, pick Custom (any git repository) and click Continue.
- 3.Enter the code deployment name and click Save and continue to create the code deployment source.
- 4.Finally, click on the link in the "Waiting for new deploy" instructions to see how to use the Sleuth CLI client.