Hi Rubyists,

I am one of the developers of DamageControl (DC), a Continuous
Integration server written in Ruby.
I just set it up to build the ruby code itself. As an example - here
are the latest build results: (displays best in firefox or opera - IE
support is not good yet)

http://builds.codehaus.org/damagecontrol/public/project/ruby?dc_creation_time=20041202063806

(see how DC integrates with ViewCVS by following the changeset link of
version.h)

(users with a login would be able to see lots more configuration
options at this url:
http://builds.codehaus.org/damagecontrol/private/project/ruby)

Here is the home page:

http://damagecontrol.codehaus.org/

In case you are unfamiliar with Continuous Integration Servers - it is
a program that detects when developers check in files, then builds the
software and finally communicates the results of the build to
developers via email, irc or other channels. It lets teams deal with
problems in the code early.

DC is a medium size app and a good proof that Ruby can be used for real apps!

I hope someone would find this tool interesting, and would love some
feedback (and even involvement?) from the Ruby community.

Keep in mind that DC is still not officially released - it is not
stable enough for that yet. -But stable enough to be used by brave
people :-)

Cheers,
Aslak