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Projects can opt to participate in the [[Simultaneous Release]] (named [[Indigo]] in 2011).
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* [[SimRel/Overview|Overview of the Simultaneous Release for Eclipse Projects]]
 
* [[SimRel/Overview|Overview of the Simultaneous Release for Eclipse Projects]]

Revision as of 10:11, 10 January 2013

This page provides an overview of the build options available to Eclipse projects.

Contents

Running Your Build

You have three options for running your build:

  • Run it through our Hudson instance.
  • Run it directly on the Eclipse Foundation's Build Server using the command-line or cron job.
  • Run it on your own hardware.

Build Output

The output from your build should be hosted on an Eclipse Downloads server where it can be mirrored, monitored, and otherwise managed by the Webmaster.

Downloads should never be hosted directly on a project's website.

Build Technologies

Eclipse projects are free to choose a build technology that best suits their needs. Here are some options to consider (listed alphabetically):

Simultaneous Release

Projects can opt to participate in the Simultaneous Release (named Kepler in 2013).