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cijoe is a sinatra-based continuous integration server. It's like an old rusty pickup truck: it might be smelly and gross, but it gets the job done.
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Continuous Integration software written on top of Ruby on Rails 3 and DelayedJob.
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An integration server written in Rails and integrated with metric_fu, rspec, cucumber and maven. Easy to install and easy to use
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A suite of utilities for bringing continous integration to your projects (not the other way around) with jenkins CI
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Solano CI runs your test suite simply and quickly in our managed cloud environment. You can run tests by hand, or enable our hosted CI to watch your git repos automatically. Solano CI automatically and safely parallelizes your tests to save you time, and takes care of setting up fresh isolated DB instances for each test thread. Tests have access to a wide variety of databases (postgres, mongo, redis, mysql, memcache), solr, sphinx, selenium/webdriver browsers, webkit and culerity. Solano CI supports all common Ruby test frameworks, including rspec, cucumber, test::unit, and spinach. Solano CI also supports Javascript testing using jasmine, evergreen, and many other frameworks.
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Cerberus is a Continuous Integration software for Ruby projects. CI helps you keep your project in a good shape. Cerberus could be easily invoked from Cron (for Unix) or nnCron (for Windows) utilities.
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Your Friendly Continuous Integration server. Easy, fun and painless!
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A console utility to get information from your ThoughtWorks' Go Continuous Integration Server. Run '$ ci-go-nfo setup' to configure your access from console utility.