Hudson

How to build kick-ass RCPs

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Standard [25 minutes]

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Silchersaal
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Building a complex RCP application can be a daunting task with many requirements and pitfalls. In our development of UML Lab, we have navigated this jungle by integrating several Eclipse technologies into a well-running process ranging from lean planning to Continuous Deployment.

Understanding the intricacies of Eclipse Hudson plugin development

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Standard [25 minutes]

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Room: 
Schubartsaal

Hudson Continuous Integration Server is highly extensible and provides many extension points to extend the core platform and develop plugins. Several aspects of the core such as Version Control, Builders, Publishers and Recorders can be extended. Plugins provide their own configuration of these functionalities by providing fragments of views that are dynamically included in the configuration of the project or build. Plugins participate in the overall configuration of the Hudson platform itself.

Continuous Integration with Eclipse Hudson CI – what a year!

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Extended [55 minutes]

It's been quite a year for the Hudson Community, and it’s leading open source continuous integration server tool. Whether you are an experienced Hudson user or thinking of starting down the CI path come along to this session and see the tool in action and hear more about the great future that is unfolding for the Hudson community and role of the Eclipse foundation in the future.

Distributed release engineering @ eclipse.org – a field report

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Extended [55 minutes]
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We, the Jubula project team members, recently open sourced main parts of the commercial UI testing tool GUIdancer and participated with our newly created Eclipse project in the Eclipse Indigo release train.

Joining the train required a lot of effort to meet the versatile internal and external artifact requirements. We start by looking at the specific needs we had:

  • Open your source: a pre-requisite for an external build process to take place is the external presence of the sources to build in combination with the absence of non-EPL conform code and artifacts (JARs).

The joy of the unexpected – Eclipse, a tool for testers

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Standard [25 minutes]

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Silchersaal

How did testers use a programmers’ tool – Eclipse for the implementation of web application automated testing? Why was this the best solution? The goal of the session is to provide a closer look into this matter and guide you through a use case and a couple of concrete examples. You will be able to see what obstacles were overcome in order to finish the project successfully.

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