Recommendation for CI server?

Does anyone have a recommendation for a CI server for a JRuby project?
Would you use Java CI server like Hudson, or something like
cruisecontrol.rb?

Joe

We have used Hudson successfully.

Miika

On 9.10.2009, at 2.26, Joseph A. wrote:

Does anyone have a recommendation for a CI server for a JRuby
project? Would you use Java CI server like Hudson, or something
like cruisecontrol.rb?

Joe


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+1 on Hudson.

On Fri, Oct 9, 2009 at 12:58 AM, Miika Leppänen [email protected]
wrote:

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Great! So is there anything special I need to do to get Hudson or
Bamboo
set up to work with JRuby? I have a little experience with Hudson and
zero
with Bamboo. Do they need a plugin or anything? I think for right now
all
we are looking for would be to run our specs with JRuby and report on
that.
Maybe it’s easier than I think it will be, I just assumed that all Java
CI
servers would expect an Ant build file for a Maven POM or something.

Joe

We’ve used Bamboo to some good success.
If you are a small team … I believe Atlassian has a deal going where
it costs 10$ per app.

Jay

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Would you use Java CI server like Hudson, or something like


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You need to install rake plugin and set ruby installation to point
jruby_home. Then you can define rake tasks for the jobs.

Miika

I guess I should have done some googleing…
http://blog.huikau.com/2008/01/09/jruby-ruby-continuous-integration-with-hudson/

Seems pretty complete.

Nevermind, I think I got this working now.

Joe

Has anyone used the ci_reporter gem? I’m trying to use it along with
hudson, but I can’t seem to get the ci_reporter rake tasks to show up in
my
project. I think I’m following the directions correctly, but I’m sure
it’s
just something stupid I’m doing. Also, it looks like the most current
version of this gem should be 1.5.3 based on
http://github.com/nicksieger/ci_reporter/blob/master/History.txt but the
version that gets installed seems to be 1.6.0. Any help would be
greatly
appreciated.

Joe

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