v1.3 is now released. This is a relatively small release compared to the last one. v1.3 introduces pinnable builds, whereby any build that is pinned will not have its artifacts deleted, even if they exceed the configured artifact limit on your account, useful if you want to mark a build as a release build.
v1.2 has now been released. The major feature for this release is variable masking, whereby you can now have variables masked in build logs. Another feature is configurable artifact limits on a per user basis.
It's been relatively quiet here for some time since the first post was published announcing the initial launch of Djinn CI. Since then, work has been underway to expand the tests, fix bugs, and introduce new features. So, let's take a look at what is available with v1.1 of Djinn CI.
Djinn CI is a continuous integration platform, built with simplicity and flexibility in mind. It has been in development for some time, and has reached a stage where it is now ready to be debuted. Builds in Djinn CI are simple YAML manifest files. These can be either manually through the UI, via a push to a repository, or when a pull request is opened, or if you prefer you can have your builds run at a schedule.