Using Hudson as a Continuous Integration tool for Python

On a project I’m involved in, we are programming both in Java and Python. The Java part has been written TDD-style, with Hudson as the CI tool from the beginning. I’ve tried to promote unit testing and CI for the Python part as well, but little progress has been made.

So I am pleased to see a very positive experience report on integrating Hudson with Python. Not only was the code packaged and unit tested, but reports were also shown for both quality metrics and tests. Very encouraging!

About Eric Lefevre-Ardant

Independent technical consultant.
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One Response to Using Hudson as a Continuous Integration tool for Python

  1. Yannick says:

    I will try it in our project.
    Thanks.

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