because it's not easy being green
CI-Eye is an infrastructure agnostic Continuous Integration build radiator requiring no installation and almost no set-up. How cool is that?
CI-Eye talks to many different CI servers through their public APIs (so no plug-ins required). Currently, support is offered for Hudson, Jenkins, and TeamCity, with plans for expansion to include other favourites.
CI-Eye runs as a standalone web application, so just spin up the jar and launch your favourite web browser. Done.
CI-Eye is fun, and that's really important for your radiator... There are pictures everywhere, which really gets your team going.
Grab the latest stable release here: https://github.com/netmelody/ci-eye/downloads
None. No, really. Just run the Jar, that's all:
java -jar ci-eye.jar 8888
That's it? You bet -- now just fire up a browser and hit
http://localhost:8888/ and you're away.
Just a little bit -- even I can stay awake.
.ci-eye/directory, found in your home directory
views.txtdefines the views that are presented on the radiator
pictures.txtdefines committer pics, with the
pictures/sub-directory storing the images (or you can use Gravatar)
logging.propertiesdefines the logging settings, with log files usually stored in the
For the keen amongst us, there is some in-depth documentation of configuration.
If you want to obtain (and build) the latest source code, perform the following:
git clone git://github.com/netmelody/ci-eye.git ant jar
Thanks to TIM Group, my employer, for their help and support -- and for being live guinea-pigs for CI-Eye.
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