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Hudson/Jenkins API in Ruby

I updated the README on my Jenkins (Hudson) API gem. Checkout it out, it highlights the gem’s capabilities much better now. https://github.com/Druwerd/hudson-remote-api Once again thanks to everyone who contributed to this gem!

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capistrano + jenkins

Yet another ruby gem: jenkins_cap This one allows you to tie your Capistrano deployment to your Jenkins build, such that a deployment only occurs if the revision (SVN) has been successfully built on Jenkins. The gem pulls data from Jenkin’s

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cap_permission

Another Capistrano ruby gem: cap_permission. This ruby gem allows you to control who can run Capistrano. You can set permissions based on a user’s group membership, or create a list of “deployment_users” who are allowed to run Capistrano. By default

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caplock: a capistrano ruby gem

After a long arduous battle (gross exaggeration) fighting for Capistrano we are finally implementing it at my company. Of course we have found that Capistrano doesn’t always work the way we would like it to. Luckily Capistrano seems pretty easily

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Hudson Ruby Gem

Today I created my first Ruby gem and published it on Gemcutter: hudson-remote-api. The source code is available on GitHub: http://github.com/Druwerd/hudson-remote-api This gem allows you to interact with Hudson’s remote access api using Ruby. So far the features include triggering

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