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** '''R''': Release
** '''R''': Release
These others optional, that is, must be configured through the job's configuration page if they are needed. ( see [[Common_Build_Infrastructure/Getting_Started/Build_In_Hudson/Ant_Job | this page]]).
* : for release, maintenance and stable builds, use this option to give a more meaningful name to the build. For example, add <code>0.8.0M2</code> to get "EEF-SDK-incubation-0.8.0M2.zip" instead of "EEF-SDK-incubation-Sxxxx.zip".
* : Force a specific tag to be used when pulling sources from CVS. For example, use <code>HEAD</code> to build from HEAD instead of from the versions specified in the releng project's map files.
== Building locally ==
== Building locally ==
Revision as of 10:51, 10 February 2010
EEF Releng HOW TO
How to start a build?
- Nightly builds are run every 6 hours everyday, at 03:41, 09:41, 15:41 and 21:41 EST, monitoring every change in CVS.
- Integration builds are started every Tuesday at 18:12 EST, even if there is no modification on CVS.
- Only committers in the EEF project can launch build jobs from Hudson. ( do not forget to login )
- Nightly build : go to the nightly job
- Integration build : go to the integration job
- In Hudson, click on Build Now, change the build parameters as needed (see #Build parameters), and click on Build.
- You can then click on the job name in the Build History section in the left column, and then on Console Output, to follow build progress in real time.
How to publish a build?
Successful Nightly and Integration builds are automatically published to download.eclipse.org. These promote actions are done by a cron job on the build server :
# daily N EEF builds 45 22 * * * bash /opt/users/hudsonbuild/.hudson/jobs/cbi-emf-eef-0.7-nightly/workspace/org.eclipse.emf/org.eclipse.emf.eef/releng/bash-promote-N.sh # weekly I EEF builds 12 19 * * 2 bash /opt/users/hudsonbuild/.hudson/jobs/cbi-emf-eef-0.7-integration/workspace/org.eclipse.emf/org.eclipse.emf.eef/releng/bash-promote-I.sh
The called scripts ( available here) get the latest successful build of given job, copy it and unpack the update sites in the correct places.
These builds can then be seen and downloaded from the EMFT download page, where additional information is available (test results, build log, build configuration, build dependencies).
See also the EEF Installation page to use the update sites if wanted.
Stable, Maintenance and Release builds are not automatically published. They should be first tested internally before publishing. After testing, you should use the specific promote script to promote in the right place.
Hudson builds expect these parameters:
- PROJECTID : modeling.emf.eef : no reason to change this
- VERSION : the version being built.
- BUILDTYPE : the kind of build, represented by a code letter (see this page):
- N: Nightly
- I: Integration
- M: Maintenance (NOT milestone)
- S: Stable (for Milestones and Release Candidate builds)
- R: Release
These others parametersare optional, that is, must be configured through the job's configuration page if they are needed. ( see this page).
- BUILDALIAS : for release, maintenance and stable builds, use this option to give a more meaningful name to the build. For example, add
0.8.0M2to get "EEF-SDK-incubation-0.8.0M2.zip" instead of "EEF-SDK-incubation-Sxxxx.zip".
- FETCHTAG : Force a specific tag to be used when pulling sources from CVS. For example, use
HEADto build from HEAD instead of from the versions specified in the releng project's map files.
First, checkout EEF projects into your workspace, see this page.
Checkout also the releng projects :
Then, setup the
build.properties<code> file in the releng project with correct information for your system:
- Set all the <code>JAVA*_HOME properties to the location of your JDK install (eg:
- Set the
WORKSPACEproperty to a writable directory (eg:
- change the
dependencyURLswith the Eclipse SDK zip specific to your platform
Additionally, you should change all the
dependencyURLs to point to one of your local Eclipse mirrors, to avoid saturating the main Eclipse download server, and getting extremely slow downloads.
Alternatively, you can download the dependencies manually and put them in your
downloadsDir. The build will then use the files you provided instead of downloading them itself.
Finally, start the build by right-clicking the
build.xml file in the releng project inside Eclipse and choosing Run as > Ant Build.