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Most Microsoft-oriented Ruby on Rails project teams roll their own Continuous Integration (CI) solution or use one of the open-source Ruby CI tools such as Cerberus. One reason is that adding Rails tests to CruiseControl.NET turns out not to be a straightforward task.

Adding to his accomplishments as author of Ruby on Rails support on IIS, Brent Heinz gives the community a thorough explanation showing how to make sure the results of a Ruby on Rails application's test run gets integrated into the build results displayed by CruiseControl.NET's web dashboard.

ThoughtWorks also maintains a comprehensive list of CruiseControl.NET integration instructions which should include this particular configuration soon.


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