I’ve a project going that has multiple team members, supports multiple
processor architectures and multiple languages. We’re writing in Ruby
(with test cases) and we interface to c and c++ using swig.
Configuration management is done with subversion.
Now with everyone working on the project and having all the platforms
that need to be supported, I would like to install a continuous
integration tool. The idea is to trigger the tool from svn commits,
rebuild and run all the test cases in each of the environments.
Cruise Control is clearly the most widely known tool. However, I’m
building with rake and make (from the extconf generated with the swig
stuff) neither of which appear to be supported (by default) by CC. I
read somewhere that someone was working a CC equivalent in Ruby but have
lost that information.
So, what is the tool of choice for this group of folks to driver a
continuous integration activities?
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