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Re: [lsug] LSug website passing tests...

From: Andy H.
Sent on: Tuesday, December 11, 2012 12:49 PM

Well done John, that may stop me sending build failure messages to everybody :-)

I have fixed the 'feature' that the events retrieved from meetup was future events and displayed as past, however I think they are still listed the wrong way around, ie oldest first.

I have also managed to upgrade everything to using scala 2.10 and play 2.1 and am current trying to change the db to using the ReactiveMongo driver. This is all on my github repo only and can be seen at if you are interested.

If you have anything you want to add (or ideas for things to add) then please do so.


On 11 December[masked]:28, John Stevenson <[address removed]> wrote:
Hello all,
During the hackathon at the Guardian where we first put together the LSug web app on Play2 / MongoDB / Heroku, we also wired the project up to Travis-CI.

Travis CI is a bit like Jenkins on the web, you simply point it to your github account and you can choose which projects you want Travis-CI to run on.

Whilst we pointed Travis-CI to the lsug-dojo/lsug-website repo on github, we didnt get round to adding a travis configuration file.  Until now!

I just dropped in a new .travis.yml file into the lsug-website github repository and that triggered another travis-ci build.  This time the test ran and passed!!

One benefit of using Travis-CI is to encourage the use of tests, it also gives information about the state of the github repository.  This is especially useful when working with pull requests.

This is the first time I have used Travis-CI and it was really easy to configure.  If you have any comments or ideas about this, please share them with the group or myself directly.

Thank you 

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