CCMenu displays the build status of projects on a continuous integration server as an item in the Mac's menu bar. Or in other words, CCMenu is to OS X what CCTray is to Windows.
CCMenu works with CruiseControl, and with CircleCI, Jenkins, Snap CI, TeamCity, ThoughtWorks Go, and Travis CI. It should also work with any continuous integration server that can provide status in the “cctray” XML format.
The summary icon in the menu bar and the icons for the individual projects in the menu convey information about the project status:
The most recent build was successful
The most recent build failed
The project is building, previous build was successful
The project is building, previous build was broken
The project is disabled or waiting for a build agent
The server or project status are unavailable
The project window shows more detailed information about each of the projects, including last build time and build label. Note that you can rearrange the columns and sort the view by clicking on the column. These setting and the window size and position are persisted accross sessions.
To add a new project, click on the plus icon below the project list in the preferences panel. In the sheet that opens type the URL of the server into the text field or select an existing server from the drop down list.
You can enter just the hostname or parts of the URL and CCMenu will then try various common locations for the CCTray feed. If your server has a custom configuration you may have to enter the full URL for the feed.
If you are using Travis CI please enter a URL of this form:
You can drag the projects in the list to arrange the order in which they are displayed. Alternatively you can choose to have the projects sorted alphabetically or by last build time. Note, that the preference to sort the projects only affects the menu, not the project list in preferences.
The preferences window is resizable when the project list is shown.
Old versions of CCMenu can be downloaded from the file archive.
Luke Barrett, Marcus Müller, David Pattinson
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