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:*generally, name is <b style="color:blue">build_system</b>-<b style="color:red">project_name</b>-<b style="color:green">version</b>-<b style="color:orange">qualifier</b>, where <b style="color:orange">qualifier</b> could be "nightly", "release", or the Eclipse version used
 
:*generally, name is <b style="color:blue">build_system</b>-<b style="color:red">project_name</b>-<b style="color:green">version</b>-<b style="color:orange">qualifier</b>, where <b style="color:orange">qualifier</b> could be "nightly", "release", or the Eclipse version used
 
* timing (how often should the build run? how often should it check CVS or SVN for changes?)
 
* timing (how often should the build run? how often should it check CVS or SVN for changes?)

Revision as of 11:58, 7 July 2009

To run a job on build.eclipse.org with Hudson, you need to perform the following steps:

Request a job

Open a bug in Community > Hudson requesting your new job be created. You must provide the following details:

  • generally, name is build_system-project_name-version-qualifier, where qualifier could be "nightly", "release", or the Eclipse version used
  • timing (how often should the build run? how often should it check CVS or SVN for changes?)

Here are some examples.

Configure a job

Once your job is created, go to https://build.eclipse.org/hudson/view/Athena%20CBI/, log in using your committerid (link in top right corner), then select your job. Click 'Configure' from the menu on the left to edit your job.

Run a job

To run a job, wait until the next scheduled time according to your configuration, or click 'Build Now' from the menu on the left of your job's page.