[TIP] continuous integration in practice for Python developers
amax at redsymbol.net
Sun Jan 18 18:11:09 PST 2009
On Sunday 18 January 2009 17:28:34 Noah Gift wrote:
> I recently read:
> And I was wondering if anyone had some reading material they could
> recommend for practical implementations of this in a Python-centric
> workflow. Tarek has some good stuff in his Expert Programming book,
> but I want more :)
Not yet, but: I'm preparing a talk on this subject for Pycon in March, titled
"Building an Automated QA Infrastructure using Open-Source Python Tools".
Since it's supposed to fit in a 30-minute talk, it might be lighter on specifics
that you need, but will at least have some value as a mid- to high-level
I will probably write an article on the topic first and post at
http://redsymbol.net/articles/, and will certainly have slides to offer - and
of course will happily share. (Cannot yet though, I've barely started). If
you don't hear from me on this list by the end of February, please send an
email to prod me.
In the meantime, as a suggestion, you might look into Buildbot
(http://buildbot.net/) if you have not already.
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