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== <br> Hudson for Committers  ==
 
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*[[Common_Build_Infrastructure/Getting_Started/Build_In_Hudson | Build in Hudson] - Information on requesting jobs, running jobs, setting up builds.  
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*[[Common Build Infrastructure/Getting Started/Build In Hudson|Build in Hudson]] - Information on requesting jobs, running jobs, setting up builds.  
 
*[[Building an RCP application with hudson (Buckminster)|RCP apps with Buckminster on Hudson]]  
 
*[[Building an RCP application with hudson (Buckminster)|RCP apps with Buckminster on Hudson]]  
 
*[[Common Build Infrastructure/Getting Started#In_Hudson|Athena Common Builder on Hudson]]  
 
*[[Common Build Infrastructure/Getting Started#In_Hudson|Athena Common Builder on Hudson]]  

Revision as of 20:00, 7 December 2009

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General Information

The Eclipse Foundation runs a Hudson continuous integration server that eclipse hosted projects can take advantage of for their builds.  The Hudson server allows for the execution of Continuous Integration Builds, Nightly Buildes, Integration Builds, Release Builds, and Testing.   The Hudson instance is maintained by the eclipse community.   Job creation is limited to committers and admin rights are adminstered by the community as a whole.


Hudson for Committers


Hudson for Adminstrators

Hudson for Distributed Builds

  • Testing on Multiple Platforms
  • What is the Test-Slave Node?
  • How do I use the Test Slave Node to run Tests?