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ShiningPanda for Extension Developers

ShiningPanda for Extension Developers

From:
Jonathan Zempel
Date:
2012-08-03 @ 15:09
Dear flask_ext developers,

I've been waiting patiently for my free, open-source project approval with
ShiningPanda - a hosted CI for Python (using Jenkins). I finally got in and
it was super simple to turn around a multi-build configuration for
Flask-Exceptional (currently listed at the bottom of
https://www.shiningpanda-ci.com/public/). Now I get automatic 2.5, 2.6, and
2.7 testing triggered whenever I commit to GitHub. Brilliant.

I'm not associated with the ShiningPanda project or team. Just recommending
the service. Check out the free plans here:
https://www.shiningpanda-ci.com/pricing/

Cheers,
Jonathan.

Re: [flask] ShiningPanda for Extension Developers

From:
Christoph Heer
Date:
2012-08-03 @ 15:21
Hi Jonathan and other flask extension developers,

Did you check Travis CI (http://travis-ci.org) for continuous
integration? I use Travis for Flask-Testing and Flask-MongoKit and
wrote a blog post
(http://christophheer.me/2012/7/4/testing-multiple-flask-version-on-travis-ci/)
which describes to use Travis CI to build agains different Flask and
Python Version.

Best Regards,
Christoph


2012/8/3 Jonathan Zempel <jzempel@gmail.com>:
> Dear flask_ext developers,
>
> I've been waiting patiently for my free, open-source project approval with
> ShiningPanda - a hosted CI for Python (using Jenkins). I finally got in and
> it was super simple to turn around a multi-build configuration for
> Flask-Exceptional (currently listed at the bottom of
> https://www.shiningpanda-ci.com/public/). Now I get automatic 2.5, 2.6, and
> 2.7 testing triggered whenever I commit to GitHub. Brilliant.
>
> I'm not associated with the ShiningPanda project or team. Just recommending
> the service. Check out the free plans here:
> https://www.shiningpanda-ci.com/pricing/
>
> Cheers,
> Jonathan.

Re: [flask] ShiningPanda for Extension Developers

From:
Jonathan Zempel
Date:
2012-08-03 @ 15:34
I have not tried Travis CI, yet. It looks great and avoids the (long) wait
for approval on a public project with ShiningPanda. Thanks for the blog
post link.

On Fri, Aug 3, 2012 at 8:21 AM, Christoph Heer <
christoph.heer@googlemail.com> wrote:

> Hi Jonathan and other flask extension developers,
>
> Did you check Travis CI (http://travis-ci.org) for continuous
> integration? I use Travis for Flask-Testing and Flask-MongoKit and
> wrote a blog post
> (
> http://christophheer.me/2012/7/4/testing-multiple-flask-version-on-travis-ci/
> )
> which describes to use Travis CI to build agains different Flask and
> Python Version.
>
> Best Regards,
> Christoph
>
>
> 2012/8/3 Jonathan Zempel <jzempel@gmail.com>:
> > Dear flask_ext developers,
> >
> > I've been waiting patiently for my free, open-source project approval
> with
> > ShiningPanda - a hosted CI for Python (using Jenkins). I finally got in
> and
> > it was super simple to turn around a multi-build configuration for
> > Flask-Exceptional (currently listed at the bottom of
> > https://www.shiningpanda-ci.com/public/). Now I get automatic 2.5, 2.6,
> and
> > 2.7 testing triggered whenever I commit to GitHub. Brilliant.
> >
> > I'm not associated with the ShiningPanda project or team. Just
> recommending
> > the service. Check out the free plans here:
> > https://www.shiningpanda-ci.com/pricing/
> >
> > Cheers,
> > Jonathan.
>

Re: [flask] ShiningPanda for Extension Developers

From:
Lyndsy Simon
Date:
2012-08-03 @ 15:46
Indeed, thanks. This is something that I should be doing, but am not.

Thanks,
Lyndsy Simon



On Fri, Aug 3, 2012 at 10:34 AM, Jonathan Zempel <jzempel@gmail.com> wrote:

> I have not tried Travis CI, yet. It looks great and avoids the (long) wait
> for approval on a public project with ShiningPanda. Thanks for the blog
> post link.
>
>
> On Fri, Aug 3, 2012 at 8:21 AM, Christoph Heer <
> christoph.heer@googlemail.com> wrote:
>
>> Hi Jonathan and other flask extension developers,
>>
>> Did you check Travis CI (http://travis-ci.org) for continuous
>> integration? I use Travis for Flask-Testing and Flask-MongoKit and
>> wrote a blog post
>> (
>> http://christophheer.me/2012/7/4/testing-multiple-flask-version-on-travis-ci/
>> )
>> which describes to use Travis CI to build agains different Flask and
>> Python Version.
>>
>> Best Regards,
>> Christoph
>>
>>
>> 2012/8/3 Jonathan Zempel <jzempel@gmail.com>:
>> > Dear flask_ext developers,
>> >
>> > I've been waiting patiently for my free, open-source project approval
>> with
>> > ShiningPanda - a hosted CI for Python (using Jenkins). I finally got in
>> and
>> > it was super simple to turn around a multi-build configuration for
>> > Flask-Exceptional (currently listed at the bottom of
>> > https://www.shiningpanda-ci.com/public/). Now I get automatic 2.5,
>> 2.6, and
>> > 2.7 testing triggered whenever I commit to GitHub. Brilliant.
>> >
>> > I'm not associated with the ShiningPanda project or team. Just
>> recommending
>> > the service. Check out the free plans here:
>> > https://www.shiningpanda-ci.com/pricing/
>> >
>> > Cheers,
>> > Jonathan.
>>
>
>