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Buildbot no longer supports Python 2. This tutorial is all about instant gratification and the five minute experience: in five minutes we want to convince you that this project works, and that you should seriously consider spending time learning the system. In this tutorial no configuration or code changes are done. This tutorial assumes that you are running Unix, but might be adaptable to Windows.

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Buildbot no longer supports Python 2. This tutorial is all about instant gratification and the five minute experience: in five minutes we want to convince you that this project works, and that you should seriously consider spending time learning the system. In this tutorial no configuration or code changes are done. This tutorial assumes that you are running Unix, but might be adaptable to Windows.

Thanks to virtualenv , installing buildbot in a standalone environment is very easy. For those more familiar with Docker , there also exists a docker version of these instructions. You should be able to cut and paste each shell block from this tutorial directly into a terminal. BuildBot is a continuous integration framework written in Python. It consists of a master daemon and potentially many worker daemons that usually run on other machines. The master daemon runs a web server that allows the end user to start new builds and to control the behaviour of the BuildBot instance.

The master also distributes builds to the workers. The worker daemons connect to the master daemon and execute builds whenever master tells them to do so. In this tutorial we will run a single master and a single worker on the same machine.

A more throughout explanation can be found in the manual section of the Buildbot documentation. We will use the easiest one: via pip in a virtualenv. It has the advantage of not polluting your operating system, as everything will be contained in the virtualenv. To make this work, you will need the following installed: Python and the development packages for it virtualenv Preferably, use your distribution package manager to install these. You will also need a working Internet connection, as virtualenv and pip will need to download other projects from the Internet.

The master and builder daemons will need to be able to connect to github. Note Buildbot does not require root access. Run the commands in this tutorial as a normal, unprivileged user. Buildbot by default uses configuration from file at master. Buildbot comes with a sample configuration file named master. For that, head on to the next section!

As a consequence of this, your worker will need access to the git command in order to checkout some code. Be sure that it is installed, or the builds will fail. Same as we did for our master, we will create a virtualenv for our worker next to the other one. Meanwhile, from the other terminal, in the master log twisted. We just wanted to get you to dip your toes in the water.

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Learn more A Framework with Batteries Included Buildbot is a framework in which you implement a system that matches your workflow and grows with your organization. Learn more Buildbot Basics Buildbot supports distributed, parallel execution of jobs across multiple platforms, flexible integration with version-control systems, extensive status reporting, and more. Buildbot in Action At its core, Buildbot is a job scheduling system: it queues jobs, executes the jobs when the required resources are available, and reports the results. Your Buildbot installation has one or more masters and a collection of workers. The masters monitor source-code repositories for changes, coordinate the activities of the workers, and report results to users and developers. Workers run on a variety of operating systems. You configure Buildbot by providing a Python configuration script to the master.

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