Lighthoust + Warehouse

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MJ

09 Apr, 2008 06:00 PM

This post talks about: "Now that we've got Warehouse out in the wild, part of our next cycle is to have tight integration between Lighthouse and Warehouse."

http://activereload.net/2007/7/9/warehouse-subversion-browser-released

I can't seem to find much more on this subject and would really like to link these two products together.

Does anyone have integration tips?

Thanks- MJ

  1. 1 Posted by Geoff on 11 Apr, 2008 10:03 AM

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    At the basic level you need to generate a project token in Lighthouse then create a Lighthouse hook for your project repository in Warehouse.

  2. 2 Posted by MJ on 16 Apr, 2008 10:26 PM

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    Thanks for the high level view Geoff.

    Can you provide more details on the 'hook' that is required? Any examples? What does the integration get you?

  3. 3 Posted by Geoff on 17 Apr, 2008 12:05 PM

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    In Lighthouse you'd go to your "My Profile" page and then "Create a Token" in the right sidebar. Then you'd need to go to your warehouse repository for the project you want to track and click on the "Admin" tab, there should then be a "Hooks" item. All you need to do then is create a new LightHouse Beacon hook.

    The result of this is your commit messages are passed on to Lighthouse and you can also use certain keywords to link commits to tickets and also modify tickets.

    Details on generating a token and the keywords you can use are available at http://lighthouseapp.com/help/setting-up-subversion-integration the benefit of Warehouse is that you don't need the script included at the end of that page because its already in Warehouse.

  4. 4 Posted by MJ on 17 Apr, 2008 06:46 PM

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    Thanks for your help, I now have Warehouse integrated with Lighthouse.

    Sweet!

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