Unlike compiled languages, Python doesn’t need a "build" per se. Python projects can still benefit greatly from using Jenkins for continuous integration and delivery.
In the Python ecosystem there are tools which can be integrated into Jenkins for testing/reporting such as:
pylint for generating code quality reports which can be integrated directly into Jenkins for trending and reporting purposes.
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Below are a collection of miscellaneous resources for working with Python on top of Jenkins. If you believe something is missing, please click ("here") or the "Improve this Page" link in the lower right, and submit a pull request!
adds various build steps for building Python projects with virtualenv, tox and more
publishes XML formatted test reports (generated by tools like nose) for trending and analysis
collects issues from static analysis tools such as Pylint