Starting Hudson 1.222 (released June 9th), Hudson has an update center to simplify installation of plugins. So naturally I was curious about the impact of that to plugin download counts. Here's the results for the last week, from June 7th to 13th.
The total # of successful downloads (that is, HTTP status 200) was 2355.
I blogged earlier about the sorry state of Active Directory integration in Java and how I implemented zero-configuration Active Directory support in Hudson by talking to Microsoft COM API.
That was great for those of you who run Hudson on Windows, but since then, I discovered that many folks wanted to
I have started packaging up Hudson as a debian package.
To use it, you have to add the following line to your /etc/apt/sources.list
deb http://hudson.gotdns.com/debian binary/
After that, update your package list once:
$ sudo apt-get update
You can now install and update Hudson by just running
$ sudo apt-get install hudson
I just posted a new version of Hudson — 1.222. The most noteworthy change in this release is the update center for finding and installing Hudson plugins. Since the community developed plugins have always been one of Hudson's strong points, hopefully this will encourage the use/development of plugins more.
This is the record of how I debugged JVM at native code level. This is neither a complete guide nor do I work in the JavaVM team. This is just in the hope of helping others in the same boat.
There has been a long standing Hudson bug where Maven launched by Hudson in a certain way hangs on Windows.
The JAXB spec is planning a very small maintenance review (MR) as a part of JavaEE 6.
Thanks to Annies Abduljaffar, the java.net Maven2 repository now serves Nexus index.
I learned in JavaOne that the latest version (1.6.0) of VirtualBox has a web service API.
I wrote a small Java library that converts a ssh key file in the PuTTY format into the OpenSSH format, which is much more widely used.