EclipseCon 2007 March 5-8, Santa Clara California





providing services on top of pdebuild

Julien Bailhache (ILOG SA)

· Short Talk

Wednesday, 15:10, 10 minutes | Room 210

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Scripting the build and unit test execution of a large set of plugins can be greatly simplified thanks to the pdebuild framework. Talks and documents available on the web have already exposed how to adopt it in order to cover the basic needs.

This talk will quickly introduce how and why the pdebuild framework was preferred to an internal ant-based framework to build a commercial Eclipse-based offer, and will further focus on a number of services that can be built on top of it:

Julien Bailhache joined ILOG in 1999, as a first level support engineer. One year later he reached the second level support team, contributing for the visualization product line (JViews (Java), Views (C++)). Since 2003, he belongs to the Quality Assurance team of JRules, specifically on the Eclipse-based product (Rule Studio), which has been growing a lot since its first Eclipse 2.1-compatible version. Among other tasks, putting in place the same levels of service as the ones the Eclipse release engineering is providing has kept him busy for a while...

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