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Include the CI configuration and setup instructions.

This should make it easy to set up your own copy of the CI environment, and easier for us to keep ours running.
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117 ci/ci_build.rb
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+#!/usr/bin/env ruby
+require 'fileutils'
+
+include FileUtils
+
+puts "[CruiseControl] Rails build"
+
+build_results = {}
+root_dir = File.expand_path(File.dirname(__FILE__) + "/..")
+
+# Requires gem home and path to be writeable and/or overridden to be ~/.gem,
+# Will enable when RubyGems supports this properly (in a coming release)
+# build_results[:geminstaller] = system 'geminstaller --exceptions'
+
+# for now, use the no-passwd sudoers approach (documented in ci_setup_notes.txt)
+# A security hole, but there is nothing valuable on rails CI box anyway.
+build_results[:geminstaller] = system 'sudo geminstaller --exceptions'
+
+cd "#{root_dir}/activesupport" do
+ puts
+ puts "[CruiseControl] Building ActiveSupport"
+ puts
+ build_results[:activesupport] = system 'rake'
+end
+
+cd "#{root_dir}/activerecord" do
+ puts
+ puts "[CruiseControl] Building ActiveRecord with MySQL"
+ puts
+ build_results[:activerecord_mysql] = system 'rake test_mysql'
+end
+
+# Postgres is disabled until tests are fixed
+# cd "#{root_dir}/activerecord" do
+# puts
+# puts "[CruiseControl] Building ActiveRecord with PostgreSQL"
+# puts
+# build_results[:activerecord_postgresql8] = system 'rake test_postgresql'
+# end
+
+# Sqlite2 is disabled until tests are fixed
+# cd "#{root_dir}/activerecord" do
+# puts
+# puts "[CruiseControl] Building ActiveRecord with SQLite 2"
+# puts
+# build_results[:activerecord_sqlite] = system 'rake test_sqlite'
+# end
+
+cd "#{root_dir}/activerecord" do
+ puts
+ puts "[CruiseControl] Building ActiveRecord with SQLite 3"
+ puts
+ build_results[:activerecord_sqlite3] = system 'rake test_sqlite3'
+end
+
+cd "#{root_dir}/activemodel" do
+ puts
+ puts "[CruiseControl] Building ActiveModel"
+ puts
+ build_results[:activemodel] = system 'rake'
+end
+
+cd "#{root_dir}/activeresource" do
+ puts
+ puts "[CruiseControl] Building ActiveResource"
+ puts
+ build_results[:activeresource] = system 'rake'
+end
+
+cd "#{root_dir}/actionpack" do
+ puts
+ puts "[CruiseControl] Building ActionPack"
+ puts
+ build_results[:actionpack] = system 'rake'
+end
+
+cd "#{root_dir}/actionmailer" do
+ puts
+ puts "[CruiseControl] Building ActionMailer"
+ puts
+ build_results[:actionmailer] = system 'rake'
+end
+
+cd "#{root_dir}/railties" do
+ puts
+ puts "[CruiseControl] Building RailTies"
+ puts
+ build_results[:railties] = system 'rake'
+end
+
+
+puts
+puts "[CruiseControl] Build environment:"
+puts "[CruiseControl] #{`cat /etc/issue`}"
+puts "[CruiseControl] #{`uname -a`}"
+puts "[CruiseControl] #{`ruby -v`}"
+puts "[CruiseControl] #{`mysql --version`}"
+puts "[CruiseControl] #{`pg_config --version`}"
+puts "[CruiseControl] SQLite2: #{`sqlite -version`}"
+puts "[CruiseControl] SQLite3: #{`sqlite3 -version`}"
+`gem env`.each {|line| print "[CruiseControl] #{line}"}
+puts "[CruiseControl] Local gems:"
+`gem list`.each {|line| print "[CruiseControl] #{line}"}
+
+failures = build_results.select { |key, value| value == false }
+
+if failures.empty?
+ puts
+ puts "[CruiseControl] Rails build finished sucessfully"
+ exit(0)
+else
+ puts
+ puts "[CruiseControl] Rails build FAILED"
+ puts "[CruiseControl] Failed components: #{failures.map { |component| component.first }.join(', ')}"
+ exit(-1)
+end
+
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120 ci/ci_setup_notes.txt
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+# Rails Continuous Integration Server Setup Notes
+# This procedure was used to set up http://ci.rubyonrails.org on Ubuntu 8.04
+# It can be used as a guideline for setting up your own CI server against your local rails branches
+
+* Set up ci user:
+# log in as root
+$ adduser ci
+enter user info and password
+$ visudo
+# give ci user same sudo rights as root
+
+* Disable root login:
+# log in as ci
+$ sudo vi /etc/shadow
+# overwrite and disable encrypted root password to disable root login:
+root:*:14001:0:99999:7:::
+
+* Change Hostname:
+$ sudo vi /etc/hostname
+change to 'ci'
+$ sudo vi /etc/hosts
+replace old hostname with 'ci'
+# reboot to use new hostname (and test reboot)
+$ sudo shutdown -r now
+
+* Update aptitude:
+$ sudo aptitude update
+
+* Use cinabox to perform rest of ruby/ccrb setup:
+* http://github.com/thewoolleyman/cinabox/tree/master/README.txt
+
+# This is not yet properly supported by RubyGems...
+# * Configure RubyGems to not require root access for gem installation
+# $ vi ~/.profile
+# # add this line at bottom:
+# PATH="$HOME/.gem/ruby/1.8/bin:$PATH"
+# $ sudo vi /etc/init.d/cruise
+# # edit the start_cruise line to source CRUISE_USER/.profile:
+# start_cruise "cd #{CRUISE_HOME} && source /home/#{CRUISE_USER}/.profile && ./cruise start -d"
+# $ vi ~/.gemrc
+# # add these lines:
+# ---
+# gemhome: /home/ci/.gem/ruby/1.8
+# gempath:
+# - /home/ci/.gem/ruby/1.8
+
+* If you did not configure no-root-gem installation via ~/.gemrc as shown above, then allow no-password sudo for gem installation:
+$ sudo visudo
+# add this line to bottom:
+ci ALL=NOPASSWD: /usr/local/bin/geminstaller, /usr/local/bin/ruby, /usr/local/bin/gem
+
+* Start ccrb via init script and check for default homepage at port 3333
+
+* Install/setup nginx:
+$ sudo aptitude install nginx
+$ sudo vi /etc/nginx/sites-available/default
+# comment two lines and add one to proxy to ccrb:
+# root /var/www/nginx-default;
+# index index.html index.htm;
+ proxy_pass http://127.0.0.1:3333;
+$ sudo /etc/init.d/nginx start
+
+* Add project to cruise (It will still fail until everything is set up):
+$ cd ~/ccrb
+$ ./cruise add rails -s git -r git://github.com/rails/rails.git # or the URI of your branch
+
+* Copy and configure cruise site config file:
+$ cp ~/.cruise/projects/rails/work/ci/site_config.rb ~/.cruise/site_config.rb
+# Edit ~/.cruise/site_config.rb as desired, for example:
+ActionMailer::Base.smtp_settings = {
+ :address => "localhost",
+ :domain => "ci.yourdomain.com",
+}
+Configuration.dashboard_refresh_interval = 60.seconds
+Configuration.dashboard_url = 'http://ci.yourdomain.com/'
+Configuration.serialize_builds = true
+Configuration.serialized_build_timeout = 1.hours
+BuildReaper.number_of_builds_to_keep = 100
+
+* Copy and configure cruise project config file
+$ cp ~/.cruise/projects/rails/work/ci/cruise_config.rb ~/.cruise/projects/rails
+$ vi ~/.cruise/projects/rails/cruise_config.rb:
+# Edit ~/.cruise/projects/rails/cruise_config.rb as desired, for example:
+Project.configure do |project|
+ project.build_command = 'ruby ci/ci_build.rb'
+ project.email_notifier.emails = ['recipient@yourdomain.com']
+ project.email_notifier.from = 'sender@yourdomain.com'
+end
+
+* Set up mysql
+$ sudo aptitude install mysql-server-5.0 libmysqlclient-dev
+# no password for mysql root user
+
+* setup sqlite
+$ sudo aptitude install sqlite sqlite3 libsqlite-dev libsqlite3-dev
+# Note: there's some installation bugs with sqlite3-ruby 1.2.2 gem file permissions:
+# http://www.icoretech.org/2008/07/06/no-such-file-to-load-sqlite3-database
+# cd /usr/local/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/sqlite3-ruby-1.2.2 && sudo find . -perm 0662 -exec chmod 664 {} \;
+
+* setup postgres
+$ sudo aptitude install postgresql postgresql-server-dev-8.3
+$ sudo su - postgres -c 'createuser -s ci'
+
+* Install and run GemInstaller to get all dependency gems
+$ sudo gem install geminstaller
+$ cd ~/.cruise/projects/rails/work
+$ sudo geminstaller --config=ci/geminstaller.yml # turn up debugging with these options: --geminstaller-output=all --rubygems-output=all
+
+* Create ActiveRecord test databases for mysql
+$ mysql -uroot -e 'grant all on *.* to rails@localhost;'
+$ mysql -urails -e 'create database activerecord_unittest;'
+$ mysql -urails -e 'create database activerecord_unittest2;'
+
+* Create ActiveRecord test databases for postgres
+# cd to rails activerecord dir
+$ rake postgresql:build_databases
+
+* Reboot and make sure everything is working
+$ sudo shutdown -r now
+$ http://ci.yourdomain.com
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5 ci/cruise_config.rb
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+Project.configure do |project|
+ project.build_command = 'ruby ci/ci_build.rb'
+ project.email_notifier.emails = ['thewoolleyman@gmail.com','michael@koziarski.com']
+ project.email_notifier.from = 'thewoolleyman+railsci@gmail.com'
+end
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17 ci/geminstaller.yml
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+---
+gems:
+- name: geminstaller
+ version: >= 0.4.3
+- name: mocha
+ version: >= 0.9.0
+- name: mysql
+ #version: >= 2.7
+ version: = 2.7
+- name: postgres
+ version: >= 0.7.9.2008.01.28
+- name: rake
+ version: >= 0.8.1
+- name: sqlite-ruby
+ version: >= 2.2.3
+- name: sqlite3-ruby
+ version: >= 1.2.2
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+/* this is a copy of /home/ci/.cruise/site.css, please make any changes to it there */
+
+/* this is a copy of /home/ci/.cruise/site.css, please make any changes to it there */
+
+/* if you'd like to add custom styles to cruise, add them here */
+/* the following will make successful builds green */
+a.success, a.success:visited {
+ color: #0A0;
+}
+
+.build_success {
+ background-image: url(/images/green_gradient.png);
+}
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+# site_config.rb contains examples of various configuration options for the local installation
+# of CruiseControl.rb.
+
+# YOU MUST RESTART YOUR CRUISE CONTROL SERVER FOR ANY CHANGES MADE HERE TO TAKE EFFECT!!!
+
+# EMAIL NOTIFICATION
+# ------------------
+
+# CruiseControl.rb can notify you about build status via email. It uses ActionMailer component of Ruby on Rails
+# framework. Obviously, ActionMailer needs to know how to send out email messages.
+# If you have an SMTP server on your network, and it needs no authentication, write this in your site_config.rb:
+#
+ActionMailer::Base.smtp_settings = {
+ :address => "localhost",
+ :domain => "ci.rubyonrails.org",
+}
+#
+# If you have no SMTP server at hand, you can configure email notification to use GMail SMTP server, as follows
+# (of course, you'll need to create a GMail account):
+#
+# ActionMailer::Base.smtp_settings = {
+# :address => "smtp.gmail.com",
+# :port => 587,
+# :domain => "yourdomain.com",
+# :authentication => :plain,
+# :user_name => "yourgmailaccount",
+# :password => "yourgmailpassword"
+# }
+#
+# The same approach works for other SMTP servers thet require authentication. Note that GMail's SMTP server runs on a
+# non-standard port 587 (standard port for SMTP is 25).
+#
+# For further details about configuration of outgoing email, see Ruby On Rails documentation for ActionMailer::Base.
+
+# Other site-wide options are available through Configuration class:
+
+# Change how often CC.rb pings Subversion for new requests. Default is 10.seconds, which should be OK for a local
+# SVN repository, but probably isn't very polite for a public repository, such as RubyForge. This can also be set for
+# each project individually, through project.scheduler.polling_interval option:
+# Configuration.default_polling_interval = 1.minute
+
+# How often the dashboard page refreshes itself. If you have more than 10-20 dashboards open,
+# it is advisable to set it to something higher than the default 5 seconds:
+Configuration.dashboard_refresh_interval = 60.seconds
+
+# Site-wide setting for the email "from" field. This can also be set on per-project basis,
+# through project.email.notifier.from attribute
+Configuration.email_from = 'thewoolleyman+railsci@gmail.com'
+
+# Root URL of the dashboard application. Setting this attribute allows various notifiers to include a link to the
+# build page in the notification message.
+Configuration.dashboard_url = 'http://ci.rubyonrails.org/'
+
+# If you don't want to allow triggering builds through dashboard Build Now button. Useful when you host CC.rb as a
+# public web site (such as http://cruisecontrolrb.thoughtworks.com/projects - try clicking on Build Now button there
+# and see what happens):
+# Configuration.disable_build_now = true
+
+# If you want to only allow one project to build at a time, uncomment this line
+# by default, cruise allows multiple projects to build at a time
+Configuration.serialize_builds = true
+
+# Amount of time a project will wait to build before failing when build serialization is on
+Configuration.serialized_build_timeout = 3.hours
+
+# To delete build when there are more than a certain number present, uncomment this line - it will make the dashboard
+# perform better
+BuildReaper.number_of_builds_to_keep = 100
+
+# any files that you'd like to override in cruise, keep in ~/.cruise, and copy over when this file is loaded like this
+site_css = CRUISE_DATA_ROOT + "/site.css"
+FileUtils.cp site_css, RAILS_ROOT + "/public/stylesheets/site.css" if File.exists? site_css
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