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* b3 - Technology for building and assembling Eclipse software software/update sites
 
* b3 - Technology for building and assembling Eclipse software software/update sites
 
* Buckminster - Technology for building and assembling Eclipse software software/update sites
 
* Buckminster - Technology for building and assembling Eclipse software software/update sites
* Orbit - Provides bundled versions (including historical versions) of third party libraries that are approved for use in Eclipse projects.
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* [[Orbit]] - Provides bundled versions (including historical versions) of third party libraries that are approved for use in Eclipse projects.

Revision as of 12:35, 1 May 2012

Technology List

The following is a list of build technologies and related acronyms:

  • CBI - Common Build Infrastructure. A recommendation of best of breed build technology for building Eclipse projects.
  • LTS - Long Term Support. A program aimed at creating a marketplace of organizations consuming and offering support for Eclipse Technologies.
  • Tycho - a set of plugins for Maven that teach it new packaging targets for OSGi/Eclipse and how to understand build information in manifest.mf files
  • Maven - A build engine and build dependency/output management system.
  • Nexus - A build dependency/output management system evolved from Maven.
  • Tesla - A build engine evolved from Maven.
  • Hudson - A Continuous integration server for scheduling & running builds, distributing output, etc.
  • Jenkins - A community based fork of Hudson.
  • p2 - Provisioning technology for OSGi-based applications
  • b3 - Technology for building and assembling Eclipse software software/update sites
  • Buckminster - Technology for building and assembling Eclipse software software/update sites
  • Orbit - Provides bundled versions (including historical versions) of third party libraries that are approved for use in Eclipse projects.

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