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Marcelo Gornstein's Blog:
PHP Continuous integration, with Jenkins and Phing
April 27, 2012 @ 12:18:30

On his site Marcelo Gornstein has published a new guide to getting a basic automated continuous integration server set up with Jenkins and Phing.

This article is about how to use Phing in your projects, so a continuous integration server (in this case artifacts for your php application (deployment artifacts, documentation, code metrics, etc). I'll try to show why this will make your life easier when developing or auditing code, generating releases and deploying new versions, trace bugs, etc. All with just a handful of phing tasks.

He introduces the Phing tool and explains how it makes automating the steps of your process simpler, relating it to the Apache Ant tool for those familiar with it. He links to several of the resources used in the process including PHPLoc, DocBlox and the code for the article itself. He outlines the process and, complete with a screenshot of the final result, shows you how to get everything configured and running smoothly.

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