How to Set Up a Python Hello World Project with Jenkins?

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To set up a Python Hello World project with Jenkins, you can follow these steps:

  1. Install Jenkins on your local machine or server, if it is not already installed. You can download Jenkins from the official website:
  2. Once Jenkins is installed and running, open your web browser and navigate to http://localhost:8080 (replace localhost with the IP address or hostname of your server, if necessary).
  3. Follow the prompts to set up Jenkins, including creating an admin user and selecting the plugins you want to install.
  4. Once Jenkins is set up, create a new Jenkins job by clicking on New Item in the Jenkins dashboard.
  5. Give your job a name, such as Python Hello World.
  6. Select Freestyle project as the job type and click OK.
  7. In the Source Code Management section, select Git as the source code management system and enter the URL of your Git repository.
  8. In the Build section, click on Add build step and select Execute shell.
  9. Enter the following command in the shell command field:
echo "Hello, world!"

This will output the string “Hello, world!” to the console when the build is run.

  1. Save your job by clicking on Save at the bottom of the page.
  2. Run your job by clicking on Build Now in the job dashboard. You should see the string “Hello, world!” output to the console.

Congratulations, you have set up a Python Hello World project with Jenkins! This is just a basic example, but you can use Jenkins to run more complex Python projects and automate your development process.

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