This application is designed as an open source clone of Panic's real time dashboard application.
Watch http://chrismdp.github.com for updates.
Installing and running
Here's a minimal set of steps to get it running:
gem install sinatra haml sass json pstore md5 eventmachine em-http-request harmony nokogiri git clone git://github.com/edendevelopment/edash.git cd edash git submodule update --init # runs the websocket server, make sure port 8080 is readable from where you are. Use nohup to run as a daemon. scripts/server & # Run rackup in place, or use your favourite rack-compatible server rackup &
Updating edash with build messages
curl -d "project=<project>" -d "status=<pass|fail|building>" [-d "author=name <email>"] -- http://localhost:9292/build
Updating edash with project process messages
curl -d "project=<project>" -d "progress=[[\"started\", \"10\"],[\"finished\",\"20\"]]" -- http://localhost:9292/progress
Integrating with CI servers
This blog post contains a build-hook script which you can symlink all three CI Joe hook scripts to (after-reset, build-worked, build-failed). See that post for full instructions: It's what we use and therefore fairly easy.
(thanks to Gavin Heavyside)
- Customise the server address and port as required
- Restart cruisecontrol.rb
(thanks to Paul Battley)
- Follow the instructions on this gist