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tunir 0.7 is out

Today I have released Tunir 0.7. Tunir is a simple CI which developers can even use in their laptops. There are few major changes in this release. The first one is about no database support. Tunir itself will not save any data anywhere, this also means --stateless command line argument is now unnecessary. Even if you do not pass that option, tunir will print out the output of the tests on STDOUT.

Second, and the biggest change is the ability to test on Vagrant boxes using vagrant-libvirt plugin. On a Fedora 22 system, you can install vagrant by the following command.

$ sudo dnf install vagrant-libvirt

The following is an example job configuration on Vagrant. This of course assumes that you have already downloaded that box file somewhere in the local filesystem. In case you have not noticed, we are now generating vagrant images for both Cloud base, and Atomic image in Fedora Project. You can download them from here.

{
  "name": "fedora",
  "type": "vagrant",
  "image": "/home/Fedora-Cloud-Atomic-Vagrant-22-20150521.x86_64.vagrant-libvirt.box",
  "ram": 2048,
  "user": "vagrant",
  "port": "22"
}

I have already built the rpms for Fedora, they are right now in the testing repo.

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