[TIP] continuous integration - what are you using?
pedronis at openend.se
Fri Aug 28 07:41:06 PDT 2009
C. Titus Brown wrote:
> Hi all,
> I think I'm going to do a comparison of CI tools soon, and I wanted to
> know what people are using in their Python projects. So far I'm
> planning on looking at these three:
> plus pony-build as a different (and differently problematic, I'm afraid)
> way of doing things.
> I don't get the sense that bitten is used terribly much, but I'm willing
> to change my mind if I get many howls of protest.
> Anything else that people think I should look at?
For PyPy (and also at work) we use buidbot with py.test but we wrote our
own failure-oriented status page based on machine readable py.test
An example is here:
(there's been quite a bit of churn and merging and branch work in PyPy
right now, so it doesn't look that beatiful at the moment)
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