On Architecture and Desgin of Event-Based Continuous Integration Server

Ondrej Kupka, Filip Zavoral

Abstract


The lack of proper integration support is apparent in many continuous integration servers in use today. This paper
proposes a design of a communication platform and its use to implement an event-driven continuous integration
server. Unlike many continuous integration servers in use today, the proposed server shall completely hide its
internal structure and export its functionality as a service for other development tools to use.

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