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I want to add one of those nice badges that show the status of your project's tests to my Powershell module project (http://dalmirog.github.io/OctoPosh/)
I'm thinking of something like the ones AppVeyor provides (http://www.appveyor.com/docs/status-badges)
I know these work for .Net solutions with testing projects on them, but i was wondering if there was a way to integrate this with pester. Maybe sending the tests log file somewhere and then have one of these services (travis CI, Appveyor) read the results, like i do on my CI build on TeamCity (https://github.com/pester/Pester/wiki/Showing-Test-Results-in-TeamCity#teamcity-settings)
Any ideas are welcome 🙂
Dave Wyatt's in the process of setting up a PowerShell.org CI service around TeamCity; I'll ask him to take a look at how this might be done when he gets to that point. I'm sure he'll have ideas.
Interesting! any place i can read about that, or should i bother Dave over Twitter?
If it helps, I wrote a quick series on using GitHub, Pester, and AppVeyor together – see the links in this section.
Matt Hodgkins wrote some nice posts on using Jenkins – it would take some work, but there are GitHub plugins for this; if you go this route, would love to see a follow-up post : )
Will be looking forward to the PowerShell CI service! Sounds cool.
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