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Continuous Integration Question

From: bruce <bedouglas_at_earthlink.net>
Date: Thu, 16 Oct 2008 08:15:43 -0700


In doing some research, I've come across various apps that deal with the
concept of Continuous Integration/Software Production Management, which
apparently is the process of being able to manage the process of
creating/developing/building/testing/releasing projects/apps using
repositories/build processes/etc... The CI/SPM process, also apparently
allows for the implementation of workflow processes/procedures for managing
the various apps/projects while being developed.

I've got a project in mind, that's going to require lots of little python
apps that will need to be developed/built/tested/run multiple times, and to
be recreated for each semester. (the apps deal with course schedules for
colleges). Subversion would of course be the repository of choice, and since
it appears that a number of the CI type of apps I've seen use SVN, I figured
that I'd see if anyone here has actually used/implemented a CI/SPM system,
and what your thoughts are.


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