Archives for the tag: ruby

Stash: pull requests from the command line

Are you using Stash and getting tired of pushing your changes and navigating to Stash's web UI simply to create a pull request? Wish you could do all of this through one simple git command? Wait no more! Introducing the Stash Command Line Tools! Why? Context switching impacts development speeds. I often feel this as I want to throw some code up for review, but don't need the hassle of launching a browser window to open Stash to execute a menial task which can be easily automated. Installation This

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This is a guest blog post by Mark Wolfe, developer of the Ruby plugin for Bamboo.  Mark is a Melbourne-based developer/systems engineer specializing in Java development in UNIX and Linux environments, with a focus on using REST and web services to enable communication between heterogeneous business systems.  (Wow, that's a mouthful!)  He also has a keen interest in Ruby along with web development, and in his spare time contributes to a range of open source projects.   The latest release of the

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JIRA 5 RubyGem

One of the key features of the upcoming JIRA 5 release is the revamped REST API. This API gives you full access to creating, reading, updating, and deleting issues as well as other metadata related to issues. REST APIs provide for an easy and lightweight way to integrate with other apps using basic HTTP and JSON libraries. However, some developers might find it more useful to work on a client library that has a tighter interface to these REST APIs. Our friends at Trineo decided to build a RubyGem

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This Bamboo customer story is the final of an 8-part blog series about why so many developers adopt continuous integration written by our guest blogger, John Ferguson Smart. Last time we talked about clever tools to optimize Continuous Integration, and this week we cover Continuous Integration for Ruby.

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