Tag Archive for hudson

Jenkins install from binary on Gentooo

Edit /etc/layman/layman.cfg and add new overlay list :

overlays  : http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/overlays/layman-global.txt

Or in one line:

layman -f -o http://godin-gentoo-repository.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/layman.xml -a godin

Add to sync list :

layman -S
layman -L
layman -a godin

Add to make.conf :

echo "dev-util/jenkins-bin" >> /etc/portage/package.keywords

emerge the ebuild:

emerge -av dev-util/jenkins-bin

Control Hudson or Jenkins from Eclipse Indigo 3.7

For the latest eclipse release 3.7 called indigo is a plugin available to watch and control your build server based on hudson or jenkins. It is part of mylyn 3.5 as a view called “Builds”. See here for more information about the new features of mylyn 3.5. Their is as well a commercial plugin suite called tasktop available.

Howto install:

  1. Go to help -> install new software
  2. Click on “Available software sites”
  3. Click on add with name “mylyn” and url “http://download.eclipse.org/mylyn/releases/latest”
  4. Click ok to go back to site list
  5. Click ok to go back to available software
  6. Choose under “Work with” mylyn
  7. Choose under “Mylyn integrations” the point “Mylyn Builds Connector: Hudson/Jenkins (Incubation)”
  8. Choose under “Mylyn SDKs and Frameworks” the point  ”Mylyn Builds (Incubation)”
  9. Click on next
  10. Go through install process and restart eclipse
  11. Choose from menu “Window” -> “show view”
  12. Choose “Mylyn” -> “Builds”
With the blue server icon on the left side of the title bar you can add a new build server. Choose “Hudson” inside the wizard and click next. Enter the url of your jenkins server and enter a label. Click on refresh at the right side under build plans. Choose your favorite builds and click on finish. After that you should have a view similar to the one above. You can start a new build and get updates as notification during the build process.