A command line app to monitor TeamCity and control lights, etc..
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npm install teamcity-raspberrypi-notifications
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|Dependencies||request, wait.for, pi-gpio, node-tts-google|
TeamCity Raspberry Pi Notifications
A simple TeamCity notification client for the Raspberry PI. Provides support for notifications via the Speaker and lighting control.
You will need to copy settings.sample.json to a new file called "settings.json" and update it to include your TeamCity Specific information.
The core concept behind the project is based around Teams, where each team has a single owner, and a set of projects that they are working on (that needs to be monitored). Each team is also associated to a "Good Light" and a "Bad Light". Good light is triggered with the build is good, and the bad light when the build is broken.
Right now, for audio notifications it leverages a module "node-tts-google", which relies on node-speaker; which has issues running on Windows (basically stalls); so we disable audio notifications when this app is run on windows.
Also, if you want the light automation portion to be working, this must be run on a Rasberry Pi.
See https://npmjs.org/package/pi-gpio for light <-> pin setup for each project.
- Copy settings.sample.json to a new file called settings.json
- Update settings.json to be appropriate for your TeamCity installation and team/project structure.
- Plugin your lights (or relay switches) to the GPIO pins as described here: https://npmjs.org/package/pi-gpio
- Update settings.json to indicate the good/bad pins for each "goodLight"/"badLight"
- Deploy script to a Raspberry Pi
- ssh into your pi
- npm install
- git clone git://github.com/quick2wire/quick2wire-gpio-admin.git
- cd quick2wire-gpio-admin
- sudo make install
- sudo adduser $USER gpio
- Finally execute our script by:
- sudo node client.js