[portland] automated build notification via lava lamp or cuckoo clock, monkey w/cymbals, etc
frankamp at gmail.com
Wed Feb 11 23:33:37 CET 2009
I have although, we are on windows. You will need a hardware
controller of some kind. We used a usb device that came with drivers
for windows/linux, and source code. It is a stoplight. I setup a cron
like task on the machine that the light is plugged in to. It read a
file off the network that our build process wrote out. Writing the
light "client" in python would be trivial, even writing some kind of
xml http api to make it less fragile.
For us, Red for build failed, yellow for build in progress, green for
everything is great.
On Wed, Feb 11, 2009 at 2:01 PM, Christopher Hiller
<chiller at decipherinc.com> wrote:
> We have an automated build process and I would like to integrate it with
> red/green lava lamps or something of that sort. I know absolutely nothing
> about "home automation" or the hardware necessary to do this sort of thing.
> Whatever HW solution we come up with must be USB (no serial port) and work
> with Ubuntu. I've read a bit about people doing this, but it doesn't seem
> the hardware is compatible with our config, and most people are using
> CruiseControl (we're using buildbot -- http://buildbot.net). I am not so
> concerned with the software side of things as I am sure I can script
> something given the proper hardware and drivers. Has anyone done anything
> like this?
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