On Tue, Apr 5, 2011 at 6:08 PM, San Martino <sanmrtn96_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> we absolutely need to validate a project in the pre-commit trigger
> with a build of the whole project being committed.
> Is this possible? Are there any tools allowing this?
You can't really do it with a pre-commit script since the changes
aren't part of the repository. (well, you can but it's a lot of work).
The big problem is that your developers are sitting there twiddling
their thumbs staring at a blank screen and unable to do any work while
your application builds. Even a fast build takes a couple of minutes
Your developers will hate Subversion, hate you, and hate their job.
Well, they actually already may hate Subversion, you and their job,
but this will make it even worse.
May I recommend something like Jenkins? (http://jenkins-ci.org).
Jenkins is a continuous build system that will do the build right
after the developer does a commit. On a bad build, Jenkins can then
mail the build results to the developer who did the commit and to the
development team responsible for the project.
Jenkins has a ton of plugins and can run unit tests, do deployments,
run code check styles, coverage reports, you name it. It integrates
with over 2 dozen defect tracking systems including Jira, and
integrates with web-based version control browsers like Sventon,
Fisheye, and ViewVC.
Jenkins is webbased, but doesn't need Apache to run. It comes with its
own application server built into the warfile. All you need is a JRE,
and the Windows MSI file comes with that.
Received on 2011-04-06 01:05:46 CEST