[TIP] Everybody wants a pony!

Augie Fackler lists at durin42.com
Tue Mar 31 09:55:26 PDT 2009

On Mar 31, 2009, at 11:15 AM, Kumar McMillan wrote:

> If not obvious from the documentation, you can build and test
> anything, it doesn't have to be Java.  At Leapfrog we have converted
> all of our Python and Ruby buildbots to Hudson (oh did I say that out
> loud?) and have never been happier or more efficient in how we do
> continuous integration.  You don't need anything special in your tests
> to use Hudson but you get some extra details (that buildbot never
> provided) if you use xunit style test output.  There are several nose
> plugins for this like Nosexunit -- the androgynous plugin.  Example:
> nosetests --with-nosexunit

Word of warning though, the xml escaping in nosexunit is pretty  
fragile, and it also has a ton of dependencies. You may wish to look  
at http://bitbucket.org/durin42/nose-xml/ if  you're planning on using  
xunit reporting, or wait for Nose 0.11, where nose-xml should be part  
of the core distribution.

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