Nosey has one aim: crazy simple continuous integration. I was always too lazy to actually do CI, so consider this by lazybutts, for lazybutts. If you're a CI pro running Jenkins/CruiseControl/whatever already, this probably isn't for you.
Set up Nosey on a server, point it to any projects you want it to watch, and sleep tight knowing any build failures will be reported as soon as they happen.
npm install -g nosey cd ~/.nosey ln -s /path/to/your/project open http://localhost:4343/
Currently, nosey makes the following assumptions:
That's it. Every hour, for every project detected, nosey will run
npm test. I'm trying to be as close to Pow in terms of ease-of-use as possible. It should be a fire-and-forget thing.
In the future, nosey will add further autodetection to support the following use cases:
rake test(introspect the Rakefile?)
Alse want to add:
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