This article describes my Jenkins setup for going through the book Test-Driven Development with Python
We will discuss the following steps:
After trying to use the xUnit plugin for Jenkins (which I will be writing about more in depth soon) I ran into the problem of generating JUnit reports for QUnit tests. This article is about my solution to that problem.
I wanted to make a private blog post so I could share a future blog post with someone for review before publishing.
Turns out that the implementation of this blog software prevents the page privacy settings from working out of the box.
I would like to say I figured this out myself but all of the credit goes to Mattwestcot on the wagtailcms slack server.
I wanted to write some articles about configuring Jenkins but I quickly found out that I was quite limited with the blog software out of the box. I wanted to be able to post inline screenshots, source code and other things and that really wasn't easy to do with just a plain markdown body on the PostPage.
That's a bummer but everything I'm doing on this domain is a learning …
While going over chapter 21 of Test-Driven Development with Python I kept getting failing tests with
BrokenPipeError: [Errno 32] Broken pipe exception
This article describes my workaround for this problem.