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Hello again! Glad to see you've come back for more tips on making Bamboo awesome for Git and Hg teams. Today we'll talk all about tests. Grab a chocolate and get comfortable. Comparing test status against upstream When we left off last time, we were talking about slick ways to manage merges to upstream branches. Here's another scenario: let's assume that in your team sometimes a bad code hits the upstream. For example people do commit small fixes directly to the upstream branch. Or there is necessity

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In this post I'd like to highlight various features in Bamboo that were developed separately during the past year or so. If you combine these little pieces together you can make your Bamboo to be a powerful friend in DVCS-oriented software development. This time I'll focus mostly on doing CI on dev branches and merging. Next time I'll cover areas like test failures, quarantining, and a bit about JIRA. One of the main purposes of Bamboo is to build your code, run the tests against it and notify

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Hello, In this post I'd like to highlight a few features in Bamboo related to... um... "re-running". So, what is rerunning and why do I find it interesting enough to write up a blog post for it? Let's consider a hypothetical situation, where you - The Developer - are supposed to implement yet another small&shiny feature in the application you're working on with your colleagues. At some point in time you create a feature-branch for your code, you start working on the feature and some time

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Hi!  I'm writing this blog post because I'd like to share my thoughts and tricks about a few upcoming features in Bamboo 4.2. These thoughts will be from a developer perspective who works on Bamboo in a day-to-day basis. So, let's get started. Branches in the SCM Some of you may already know that the Bamboo team uses Mercurial SCM for storing the source code. With the boom of DVCS in Atlassian we were encouraged to utilize more branches when developing Bamboo application. That's nothing unusual,

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