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Actually php undercontrol seems to consume a lot of memory so I'm looking for replacement, in order to test a php application.

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Erwan .. an X vs Y type of question is not appropriate as it is argumentative, why don't you try something like "What is a good replacement for php undercontrol" – Bruce McLeod May 12 '11 at 8:36
I have to agree with Bruce - we need to ask questions that don't necessarily limit the answers. If you're looking for a replacement, don't seed the question with a replacement. On an unrelated note, if Bruce is up (being from Australia) I should probably be in bed (being from the US...) :-O – corsiKa May 12 '11 at 8:45
Done! Thanks for the tips :) – Erwan May 12 '11 at 15:35

I'm not sure it's directly relevant or an option for you, but this post on SO suggests that Hudson is a good option. And for good measure, here's a direct Hudson CI link.

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