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On micro-ci

Sunday, April 22, 2012 by Thomas L

So Softhouse had a kick-off this Friday, and as a social event, we could choose to take part in an open-source project. Me and my colleague Joakim Karlsson have for quite some time thought about the sizes of CI environments, and the rather wacky requirement that you need to run a web server in order to configure the CI server. So we decided to create our own.
Enter micro-ci. Me and Petter, another colleague (Joakim was ill), hacked together a solution built with Ruby in four hours. It's not much right now, but at least it can check a directory tree for changes and call a command-line script to build.
With this blog post, I'm not saying that you should start using micro-ci (but, by all means, do). I'm saying that it's actually quite easy to accomplish a small project that scratches your current itch.

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