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Requires.io is all about being notified of outdated dependencies on PyPI packages: the good ol' email digest is one of the available opt-in ways to get notified.
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Requires.io is all about being notified about new dependencies on your Python project.
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Back when Django 1.5 was released with experimental Python 3 support I was all excited: at long last I could seriously think of moving on to the latest and greatest python released so far (Python 3.3). Sadly I haven't been able to convert all my projects yet, due …
Requires.io helps you keep track of the requirements of your Python projects. To do so it simply fetches the dependencies from the req*.txt and setup.py files in the root folder of your project, and compare them against the latest releases available on PyPI.
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It has never been so easy to run tests against Redis with this new ShiningPanda CI feature.
Starting a Redis server on the fly is literally one click away from your job configuration!
In the Build Environment section just check the Start a database server and select Start a Redis …
We released today a new version of the ShiningPanda plugin for Jenkins. For those who don't know this plugin yet, it is probably the easiest way to setup your Python projects with Jenkins. But let's have a look at the new features:
Python installations now accept a path …
In our previous blog post, we saw how to enable Selenium tests on a Django 1.4+ project. Now it's time to see how to integrate it with Jenkins!
This post assumes a Debian GNU/Linux environment, but you should not have much trouble adapting it to another Linux …
However, these tests were run on a single Web Driver, ie. a single browser.