Default configuration file name is wrong

I have Drone CI installed via Docker Compose on a single instance, alongside Gitea. Everything is working well, except for something odd I see when activating CI for a repo.

When I am taken to the settings page for the repo after pressing the “Activate” button, the value in the “Configuration” field is .core.yml rather than .drone.yml. I have checked in the Cloud version of Drone CI to see what it does, and there .drone.yml is the default value.

Is there something I misconfigured when I set up my instance? Is there an environment variable I need to set that I didn’t?

Here is a screenshot of what I’m seeing:

this is a bug and has been been patched. Thanks for reporting. I would also recommend using 1.0.0-rc.5 instead of :latest. The :latest tag is a snapshot of master and is unstable, and includes breaking changes that have not been documented yet.

Excellent, switching to 1.0.0-rc.5 fixed it! Thanks! I’ll make sure to explicitly use releases in my docker-compose.yml.