Using CCMenu with Travis CI
CCMenu is a little tool for the OS X status bar to keep track of your repositories’ latest build status from the convenience of your Mac.
They were originally built for use with CruiseControl, but they work just as well with Travis CI, and you can use either to poll your Travis CI repositories and have their status show in the menu bar or tray.
Using the CC feed with repositories
Open source repositories use the URL scheme
https://api.travis-ci.org/repos/<owner>/<repository>/cc.xml to access the CruiseControl feed. They’re served directly from our API.
Private repositories use a different URL scheme, served from a different API endpoint:
Private repositories require an authenticated URL with a token in it. You can find the token in your profile:
Using the CC feed with accounts
The above technique only allows you to add one repository at a time, which can be unwieldy for team members of organizations with several repositories they’re working on. Rather than specify the owner and the repository, you can simply specify the owner and select a subset of projects.
- For open source projects use
- For closed source projects use
CCMenu will show you a list of all the available repositories you can then add in single, swift action.