14 Feb 2013 · Semaphore News

    CLIs and tools for Semaphore

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    We’re very excited to see command-line tools and libraries being developed on top of Semaphore API. Aleksandar Diklić, who has joined Rendered Text recently, hacked a script which eventually became available as semaphore-status:

    Almost at the same time Sam Saccone announced semaphorestatus made with Node.js:

    Next up we have semaphoreapp, a gem from Alessandro Morandi which lets you get build information about your projects with a little bit of Ruby code:

    project = Semaphoreapp::Project.find_by_name(‘yourapp’)

    Peter Vandenberk has started git-semaphore, a gem that integrates Semaphore into your git workflow:

    # list your projects:
    git semaphore –projects

    # list current project’s branches:
    git semaphore –branches

    # status of current project + branch:
    git semaphore –status

    Thanks guys for these awesome contributions! If you have something similar in the making, please tell us via email or at @semaphoreapp so that we can share further.

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    Marko Anastasov is a software engineer, author, and co-founder of Semaphore. He worked on building and scaling Semaphore from an idea to a cloud-based platform used by some of the world’s engineering teams.