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Possible issue starting cruisecontrol.rb as a daemon

Mclyn Dimaculangan
Hi Sir/Madam,


Our team decided to use the CruiseControl.rb to conveniently monitor changes on our current projects.
However, we noticed that starting the CruiseControl.rb server as a daemon "cruise start -d" no longer does a command return and we needed to press Ctrl+c to continue.
Looks like all the project builders were successfully started but we are wondering if something went wrong or if the behavior is just normal?

Thank you very much.

Regards,

Mclyn

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Re: Possible issue starting cruisecontrol.rb as a daemon

Todd Sedano-2

In the past, I've used CruiseControl.rb, but I've noticed that the project really isn't being actively maintained. This email thread hasn't had a post in two years: http://rubyforge.org/pipermail/cruisecontrolrb-users/ and the last time I tried to use it, I had issues with bundler integration. 

I'd suggest looking into Goldberg, Team City or Hudson as alternatives. 

My $0.02

Todd

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Electrical and Computer Engineering
Silicon Valley Campus
Carnegie Mellon University
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On Sun, Jan 5, 2014 at 11:09 PM, Mclyn Dimaculangan <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi Sir/Madam,


Our team decided to use the CruiseControl.rb to conveniently monitor changes on our current projects.
However, we noticed that starting the CruiseControl.rb server as a daemon "cruise start -d" no longer does a command return and we needed to press Ctrl+c to continue.
Looks like all the project builders were successfully started but we are wondering if something went wrong or if the behavior is just normal?

Thank you very much.

Regards,

Mclyn

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Re: Possible issue starting cruisecontrol.rb as a daemon

Brian Guthrie-2
There's been some recent maintenance activity, but not by me. The mailing list is dormant. Your best bet is to ask on Github: https://github.com/thoughtworks/cruisecontrol.rb/issues.

I like the folks behind Goldberg but I don't think that there's been much maintenance activity there recently either.


On Mon, Jan 6, 2014 at 11:47 AM, Todd Sedano <[hidden email]> wrote:

In the past, I've used CruiseControl.rb, but I've noticed that the project really isn't being actively maintained. This email thread hasn't had a post in two years: http://rubyforge.org/pipermail/cruisecontrolrb-users/ and the last time I tried to use it, I had issues with bundler integration. 

I'd suggest looking into Goldberg, Team City or Hudson as alternatives. 

My $0.02

Todd

Todd Sedano
Evidence-Based Software Engineering Group
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Silicon Valley Campus
Carnegie Mellon University
Office: <a href="tel:650-335-2812" value="+16503352812" target="_blank">650-335-2812




On Sun, Jan 5, 2014 at 11:09 PM, Mclyn Dimaculangan <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi Sir/Madam,


Our team decided to use the CruiseControl.rb to conveniently monitor changes on our current projects.
However, we noticed that starting the CruiseControl.rb server as a daemon "cruise start -d" no longer does a command return and we needed to press Ctrl+c to continue.
Looks like all the project builders were successfully started but we are wondering if something went wrong or if the behavior is just normal?

Thank you very much.

Regards,

Mclyn

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Re: Possible issue starting cruisecontrol.rb as a daemon

Pankaj Agarwal
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I second the suggestion given by Todd.

If you are looking at an open source alternative then you shud look at jenkins (http://jenkins-ci.org/) which can serve this and many other purposes.

thanks,

Pankaj




On Mon, Jan 6, 2014 at 11:47 AM, Todd Sedano <[hidden email]> wrote:

In the past, I've used CruiseControl.rb, but I've noticed that the project really isn't being actively maintained. This email thread hasn't had a post in two years: http://rubyforge.org/pipermail/cruisecontrolrb-users/ and the last time I tried to use it, I had issues with bundler integration. 

I'd suggest looking into Goldberg, Team City or Hudson as alternatives. 

My $0.02

Todd

Todd Sedano
Evidence-Based Software Engineering Group
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Silicon Valley Campus
Carnegie Mellon University
Office: <a href="tel:650-335-2812" value="+16503352812" target="_blank">650-335-2812




On Sun, Jan 5, 2014 at 11:09 PM, Mclyn Dimaculangan <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi Sir/Madam,


Our team decided to use the CruiseControl.rb to conveniently monitor changes on our current projects.
However, we noticed that starting the CruiseControl.rb server as a daemon "cruise start -d" no longer does a command return and we needed to press Ctrl+c to continue.
Looks like all the project builders were successfully started but we are wondering if something went wrong or if the behavior is just normal?

Thank you very much.

Regards,

Mclyn

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Re: Possible issue starting cruisecontrol.rb as a daemon

Jeff Xiong
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As an ex-developer of CC.rb I might also suggest you looking at other alternatives, especially hosted alternatives such as CodeShips. CC.rb has not been following the state of art of Rails for a while as I know.



On Mon, Jan 6, 2014 at 7:47 PM, Todd Sedano <[hidden email]> wrote:

In the past, I've used CruiseControl.rb, but I've noticed that the project really isn't being actively maintained. This email thread hasn't had a post in two years: http://rubyforge.org/pipermail/cruisecontrolrb-users/ and the last time I tried to use it, I had issues with bundler integration. 

I'd suggest looking into Goldberg, Team City or Hudson as alternatives. 

My $0.02

Todd

Todd Sedano
Evidence-Based Software Engineering Group
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Silicon Valley Campus
Carnegie Mellon University
Office: <a href="tel:650-335-2812" value="+16503352812" target="_blank">650-335-2812




On Sun, Jan 5, 2014 at 11:09 PM, Mclyn Dimaculangan <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi Sir/Madam,


Our team decided to use the CruiseControl.rb to conveniently monitor changes on our current projects.
However, we noticed that starting the CruiseControl.rb server as a daemon "cruise start -d" no longer does a command return and we needed to press Ctrl+c to continue.
Looks like all the project builders were successfully started but we are wondering if something went wrong or if the behavior is just normal?

Thank you very much.

Regards,

Mclyn

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