Continuous Integration Setup

Asked by pratik shah on 2013-04-15

I'd like to get some feedback how SST advocates are triggering tests using Jenkins. I'm in the process of setting up two linux ubuntu machines that will run tests against two different branches of code -- Jenkins will be on a third independent machine.

Are most users setting up .sh files that run a command line script that execute tests?

I know this is a general question w/o any specifics, but I'd like to hear feedback from others regarding their setups.

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Vincent Ladeuil (vila) said : #1

Yes, using shell scripts is quite common.

One nice jenkins feature is the ability to define job parameters (with default values) than can be referenced htrough environment variables. This allows one to use the same job to run tests against different branches.

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