[MacRuby-devel] Mac server for continuous integration
eloy at dekleineprins.me
Fri May 6 05:42:42 PDT 2011
Well, I’m not completely up-to-date with the specifics, but as I
understand it it would mean allowing your machine to be used by the
travis-ci project as a continuous integration server.
So this has nothing to do with us directly. However, indirectly it
would mean the MacRuby project has a place where we can run our test
suite as well, including testing that everything works from clean
checkout to installation (I think).
As an added benefit it means that others that use the platform can
easily have their libraries run on MacRuby as well, which _should_
allow for more bugs being found and fixed as we get to a 1.0 release
I’m CC'ing Josh who works on the travis-ci project, hopefully he can
correct me where I’m wrong and offer additional details.
Some more details:
On Fri, May 6, 2011 at 2:27 PM, Alexander von Below <below at mac.com> wrote:
> What exactly can I do for you?
> Am 06.05.2011 um 14:25 schrieb Eloy Duran:
>> In case there's anyone on this list with mac server(s), it would be
>> great if one, or some cpu time, could be donated to the
>> http://travis-ci.org project to support MacRuby and allow developers
>> to test their gems on MacRuby. In the case of MacRuby this would mean
>> running the full spec suite, a full installation, etc. I expect this
>> to be a long shot, but it's worth a try :)
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>> MacRuby-devel at lists.macosforge.org
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