On 3/12/07, Alexey Verkhovsky <alexey.verkhovsky / gmail.com> wrote:
> Hmmm.  Another Continuous Integration tool?  What is that, the millionth
> one?
>
> Yup, pretty much, but we're taking a different approach than the others - in
> a way, back to the basics.  Here's our motto:
>
>     Easy to install, pleasant to use and simple to hack
>
> What kind of good stuff does that mean?
>  - download and get building in 5-10 minutes (maybe 15 if you stop to read
> the manual)
>  - little to no configuration (seriously, just tell it your Subversion URL)
>  - works for Ruby, Java, .NET ... anything that you can invoke from the
> command line
>  - aesthetic beauty (not bad for a build tool)
>
> Check it live out at http://cruisecontrolrb.thoughtworks.com/projects and
> then download and use it.
> Feedback welcome - we're working on release 1.1 now.
>
> CC.rb team
> ThoughtWorks
>
Hi,
Is there any reason you don't have it parse the XML output of svn, it
would probably be much easier.

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