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Using Jenkins for Continuous Integration of Perl components OSD2011

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Lightning talk presentation of Perl setup for Jenkins Continuous Integration platform. Notes and more information available at: https://logiclab.jira.com/wiki/display/OPEN/Continuous+Integration

Lightning talk presentation of Perl setup for Jenkins Continuous Integration platform. Notes and more information available at: https://logiclab.jira.com/wiki/display/OPEN/Continuous+Integration

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    • 1. PERL AND CONTINUOUSINTEGRATION WITH JENKINS jonasbn@dk-hostmaster.dk
    • 2. FREE-STYLE PROJECT
    • 3. SUBVERSION
    • 4. SUBVERSION
    • 5. BUILD SYSTEM
    • 6. BUILDING
    • 7. TESTING
    • 8. TESTING MORE
    • 9. TESTING EVEN MORE
    • 10. # Courtesy of Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer# http://search.cpan.org/~thaljef/Test-Perl-Critic/lib/Test/Perl/Critic.pm# The severity parameter interpretation was added by jonasbn# See: http://logiclab.jira.com/wiki/display/OPEN/Test-Perl-Critic# $Id$# $HeadURL$use strict;use warnings;use File::Spec;use Test::More;use English qw(-no_match_vars);use Test::Perl::Critic;if ( not $ENV{TEST_CRITIC} ) { my $msg = Author test. Set $ENV{TEST_CRITIC} to a true value to run.; plan( skip_all => $msg );}my $rcfile = File::Spec->catfile( t, perlcriticrc );Test::Perl::Critic->import( -profile => $rcfile, -severity => ($ENV{TEST_CRITIC} and $ENV{TEST_CRITIC} >= 0 and $ENV{TEST_CRITIC} <= 5) ?$ENV{TEST_CRITIC} : 5);all_critic_ok();
    • 11. ENABLING JUNIT
    • 12. ENABLING JUNIT
    • 13. TIMINGS?
    • 14. PROVE
    • 15. TIMINGS!
    • 16. COVERAGE TEST
    • 17. HTML PUBLISHER PLUGIN
    • 18. EXTENDED MENU
    • 19. COVERAGE REPORT
    • 20. THANK YOU!jonasbn@dk-hostmaster.dk
    • 21. THANK YOU!•HTTP://LOGICLAB.JIRA.COM/WIKI/DISPLAY/OPEN/ CONTINUOUS+INTEGRATION