[19:12] <hourback1> What's the best way to get testing output from RingoJS that is suitable for Jenkins?
[19:12] <hourback1> I looked at the wiki this time. :-)
[19:14] <earl> wrap junit :) ?
[19:15] <hourback1> earl: In addition to ringo's test and assert, or instead of?
[19:47] <oberhamsi> i would add ringojs.org search box if you guys don't mind: http://i48.tinypic.com/qspqfo.jpg
[19:50] <oberhamsi> (a bit ugly.. maybe plain input and not styled at all? hard to make the iframe look better)
[21:22] <earl> hourback1: instead of
[21:24] <earl> hourback1: alternatively, someone would have to either write a jenkins plugin that understands ringo/test's output
[21:24] <earl> hourback1: or, adapt ringo/test to output something jenkins understands
[21:24] <earl> hourback1: such as junit xml
[21:25] <earl> hourback1: or tap, for starters
[21:30] <hourback1> Hmm....