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From Felix Meschberger <fmesc...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Continuous build
Date Tue, 31 Jul 2007 11:23:05 GMT
Hi Marcel,

Great thing !

If we are at it, it might probably be a good thing to have the snapshots
published somewhere in a M2 Repo ? Yet I am concerned about the sheer
number of snapshots, that would be generated as each build is a full
build meaning that if something changes in the framework module a new
version of all other modules would probably also be deployed ....


Am Montag, den 23.07.2007, 20:39 +0200 schrieb Marcel Offermans:
> In the past we've been discussing the need for a continuous build,  
> and I'm happy to be able to announce that we've found a server that  
> can host it for us. The people at Atlassian, who also provide Apache  
> with free licenses for Jira and Confluence, have kindly created a  
> "Plan" for us on their opensource Bamboo server. Take a look here:
> http://opensource.bamboo.atlassian.com/browse/FELIX
> At the moment, I've configured the build to run and create all  
> artifacts that are generated using the new bundle plugin. It is our  
> intention to move all subprojects to this new plugin. Furthermore,  
> Bamboo collects all tests. I have not yet setup any artifacts.  
> Artifacts are groups of files that are made accessible after a  
> succesful build. Ideally we would make some kind of "snapshot"  
> release available this way (for people to quickly grab if they want  
> to test a specific build).
> If you register on the Bamboo site, you can get notifications.  
> Alternatively, there are RSS feeds. In theory it is even possible to  
> get notified via instant messaging (Jabber protocol) but that is  
> currently not enabled on this server. We could even send build  
> notifications to the list, but that might be a bit overkill?
> The build polls our repository once every three minutes. If  
> anything's changed, it will trigger a build.
> Greetings, Marcel

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