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Andries Seutens' Blog:
Setting up phpUnderControl on Gentoo Linux
November 12, 2009 @ 09:09:50

Andries Seutens has written up a new post on getting the continuous integration software CruiseControl and phpUnderControl up and running on a Gentoo linux installation.

In this blog post I'll try to explain how you can setup phpUnderControl and CruiseControl. This guide is mostly focused on getting phpUnderControl to work on a Gentoo Linux system, so some things are OS specific.

You'll already need to have PHP up and running on the machine before starting the process, but Andries gives you everything from there - installing the needed Sun JDK, Xdebug, adding the packages for PHP_CodeSniffer, PHPUnit and phpUnderControl and the scripts to get phpUC and CruiseControl to work together. He also includes a sample project so you can see how to fit yours in.

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