What?

Provides GitHub status notifications when running tests through Tddium.

How?

Create a GitHub OAuth token

Create a new GitHub application and create a new token from that application with the scope "repo:status":

$ curl -u {username}:{password} https://api.github.com/authorizations -X POST \
  -d '{"scopes": ["repo:status"], "client_id": "...", "client_secret": "..."}'

Or

Create a new token using basic authentication and the scope "repo:status":

$ curl -u {username}:{password} https://api.github.com/authorizations -X POST \
  -d '{"scopes": ["repo:status"], "note": "tddium status updater"}'

Add the token to Tddium

Add the returned token to your Tddium account or suite configuration:

$ tddium config:add account GITHUB_TOKEN {token}

Add tddium_status_github to your project

Add tddium_status_github to your Gemfile.

And, in your Rakefile make sure to include:

require 'tddium_status_github'

Or

Add the following to your tddium.yml configuration:

:tddium:
  # Existing configuration...
  :boot_hook: >
    /usr/bin/env sh -c "gem install --user-install --no-rdoc --no-ri tddium_status_github &&
    echo '$:.concat(Dir.glob(File.join(Gem.user_dir, \"gems\", \"*\", \"lib\"))); require \"tddium_status_github\"' >> Rakefile"

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