On 2012-05-22 08:21, Markus Schaber wrote:
> At my current employer, we successfully use Jenkins.
> But there are other such systems, for example the java-based http://cruisecontrol.sourceforge.net/ and its .NET cousing http://www.cruisecontrolnet.org/ - both of them were used at one of my former employers place. At another former employers place, we used post-commit hooks triggering a self-written python daemon which ran appropriate scons build files. And AFAIR, Microsoft also provides some auto-build solution for VSS or TFS.
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Continuous_integration#Software contains a list of CI software.
> So even if you don't like Hudson or Jenkins for whatever reason, there are lots of alternatives, and I strongly suggest you evaluate continuous integration in your environment.
Please have a look at the (commmercial) CI tool TeamCity.
It is able to do so-called "pre-checked commits", which might help with
your objective, i.e. keeping bad commits out of the codeline.
Michael Diers, elego Software Solutions GmbH, http://www.elegosoft.com/
Received on 2012-05-22 14:09:26 CEST