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Re: Continuous integration

From: T.V Raman
Subject: Re: Continuous integration
Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2017 10:11:34 -0700

As long as we dont end up doing things like diff/merge  of source code
inside a browser window, I'll stay mostly happy.

Phillip Lord writes:
 > raman <address@hidden> writes:
 > > Would be nice to target a tool that is usable from within Emacs  --
 > > rather than dumbing things down to a What You See Is All You Have
 > > browser environment. 
 > To an extent, although, probably not to the extent that it is usuable
 > everywhere else. Nor to the extent that we have to develop something
 > specific rather than using software that already exists.
 > > Is it safe to assume that people developing Emacs are using Emacs as an
 > > editor?
 > As an editor, but not necessarily for everything else.
 > > Browser-based tools get inflicted on one in a heterogeneous  environment
 > > where different individuals use a variety of editors, platforms and
 > > machine types --- in this instance --- emacs-Development --- it would be
 > > nice to leverage the strenghts of Emacs if it is indeed a common
 > > component of our varied environments.
 > Both of the tools that have been mentioned (gitlab and buildbot) have
 > IRC interfaces, so that could be contacted this way. Another solution
 > would be to extend them to serve up an org file, with hyperlinks through
 > to logs, and so forth.
 > AFAICT, the current solution (hydra) doesn't offer an emacs front end.
 > Phil



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