Chuck Norris is watching you build code – careful now!
For the last few days, I have been playing with the Jenkins Continuous Integration server and python, and I have reached the following conclusion: Writing python code without an effective IDE makes the job of software development harder than it needs to be. I’ve been developing a lot on Ubuntu as well lately, so I’ve found the joy that is Wingware IDE
So – I think a bit of a recap is in order.
In the previous post I talked about setting up Jenkins – I have also been able to apply the same instructions to an Azure hosted linux sever.
The instructions are identical – except that the ports need to be connected
Configure ports for Jenkins
Using the endpoint configuration I was able to map the 8080 to port 80. I needed to set up the security so that anonymous users could see the job status but would be unable to run or add jobs.
I create a user and set up the security like this :
Configure Jenkins security
I’m going to start this blog post by saying : I’m not an animator. I know nothing about animation. Well that’s not strictly true – I did learn something about animation from this tutorial video :