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| Automation with Jenkins Continuous Integration Server
were originally published as a series of blog posts on the MXUnit blog. They've been brought into the wiki and updated for Jenkins
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| CFObjective 2010 -- Continuous Integration with Hudson, ANT, and MXUnit
Download Presentation Materials http://mxunit.s3.amazonaws.com/doc/zip/CFO2010DemoSetup.zip . These include pretty and printfriendly pdfs of the slides as well as all the code The latest MXUnit nightly build http://mxunit.org/downloadnightly.cfm will have the most recent version of the hudsonfriendly ANT file, located ...
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| CFObjective 2011 -- Continuous Integration
Session Description Perhaps you have some unit tests. Maybe even an ANT build file that runs your tests. And maybe even a build file that packages or deploys your application. But how do you orchestrate those ...
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| Continuous Integration -- Advanced Notification Control
Introduction In an earlier post, I wrote about configuring notifications with Jenkins. This is a followup post to demonstrate how to set up even more finegrained notification control using the Jenkins Email Extension Plugin http://wiki.Jenkinsci.org//display/Jenkins ...
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| Continuous Integration -- Getting Started
series will demonstrate how to set up a continuous integration (CI) environment for ColdFusion projects using Jenkins http://jenkinsci.org/ CI and MXUnit. We’ll cover Jenkins setup, MXUnit test runs and JUnit XML output, and a few notification ...
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| Continuous Integration -- Running tests with Jenkins
first installment, I showed how to get Jenkins set up and connected to your SVN server. In this entry, I'll demonstrate how to run your MXUnit tests in a Jenkins project. Assumptions I'm assuming you successfully completed the prior ...
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| Continuous Integration -- Setting up Notifications
Communicating Build Results All of the information Jenkins provides is lovely; however, we’re not interested in monitoring the Jenkins interface every time a build runs. Instead, we want to get notified when things change. That’s it: when build status ...
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