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Blog Archive for kohsuke during August 2007

As I've blogged before, we've been playing with mercurial a bit lately. So today I'm happy to announce that the read-only GlassFish v3 source code repository is available at http://hg.glassfish.dyndns.org/. You can check out the repository by running: hg clone http://hg.glassfish.dyndns.org/ glassfish_v3 We'd like to shuffle files around to follow the proper maven convention, but in the mean...
Maybe this is obvious to those of you who's been using mercurial, but it this wans't certainly obvious to me, so here it goes... Here's situation I was in this morning. We are trying to move some of our code in CVS into hg. Now, it would be nice if this can be done quickly and painlessly, but as you'd expect with any such conversion tool, it turns out that the conversion process didn't quite...
An user asked for a schema for the JAX-WS binding customization. So Vivek had put together one and I run it through xnsdoc and published it online. We'll try to get the schema published at http://java.sun.com/xml/ns/jaxws (which is the actual namespace URI of this schema), but in the mean time, you can get it from here. Similar reference for JAXB has been available for a while.
JBoss has been using Hudson for some time now, but I noticed that they finally brought it to the internet. David Vrzalik from JBoss told me that they developed a Hudson plugin to push records from their intranet Hudson to the externally visible Hudson to do this, and he said he'll share the plugin with the community.
While I was busy working on the mercurial plugin, the community had developed even more plugins. The first one is the violations plugin from Peter Reilly, which aggregates all the reports from syntax/static code analyzer like FindBugs, PMD, checkstyle, and CPD and show it in a single view. The neat thing about this plugin is that it shows the source code snippet to go along with, so you can...
As more and more open-source projects from Sun are migrating to Mercurial, it's just a matter of time before I need Mercurial support in Hudson. So I've been working on Mercurial plugin for Hudson, and today I posted the first version. It supports all the basic operations, like polling, check out/update, changelog computation, etc. It requires Mercurial 0.9.4. With Mercurial, the act of check...
Two weeks ago I've reported that Hudson has been recently getting many new plugins from the community. The trend continues and we are getting even more plugins. Hafner Ullrich has been working on the findbugs plugin. He had his first version already released, and he's busily working toward the next version — I'm seeing new commits from him almost every day. Ramil Israfilov has written the...