[PJUG Javamail] What continuous build software do you use...
bill.jackson at oracle.com
Wed Jul 18 17:01:46 UTC 2007
I have to second the Jive guys' endorsement last night of TeamCity.
I started using it last year, and I absolutely love it! It has the
positive features of Hudson listed below, but setting up Windows slaves
("agents" in the TeamCity parlance) is a breeze, and I haven't noticed
any slowness in the UI. I haven't tried customizing the UI, but the
layout should be, I believe it is all CSS. (Doug, have you experimented
with any customization?)
Of course, a negative for some people is that it's not free (in
either sense) software... however, an IntelliJ IDEA license is also a
TeamCity license, and it's worth the money for IDEA alone. ;)
P.S. It should go without saying on this list, but my opinions are my
own and not my employer's. :)
Olson Jeffrey A wrote:
> Awesome, thanks for the info! I've seen Hudson referenced a lot, just
> haven't had time to experiment with it yet.
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> Subject: RE: [PJUG Javamail] What continuous build software do you
> I think it was Vijay who posted a pointer to Hudson a few months back.
> We've switched over all our builds to it. We were using Tinderbox
> - easy to install
> - easy to configure entirely from web gui, flexible configuration, job
> - great support for distributed builds
> - excellent support for maven, ant, cvs, svn, junit
> - GUI layout and content not configurable
> - Setting up windows slaves can be a little tricky
> - Gui seems a little slow
> Original Message:
> From: Olson Jeffrey A Jeffrey.A.Olson at doc.state.or.us
> Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2007 07:46:44 -0700
> To: javamail at pjug.org
> Subject: [PJUG Javamail] What continuous build software do you use...
> Currently I know about & use CruiseControl, but I wanted to ask what
> other software, like CruiseControl, is being used out there and what
> experiences, positive and negative, have you had with it?
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