| Building Eclipse Rich Client Applications using Hudson [message #758936]
||Fri, 25 November 2011 05:51
| ali Mising name
Registered: July 2009
I'm excited about the prospects of using Hudson to build my Eclipse RCP application, however I would very much appreciate some direction.
My Eclipse RCP Application has dependencies on in-house jars with version numbered file names that also need to be built whenever the code base changes (i.e. DataModel_1.2.3.jar, DataModel_1.2.4.jar, DataModel_1.2.5.jar).
Here are my major questions:
- How should I update my Eclipse Plug-in Manifest file dependencies to refer to newly built, in-house jar files with file names that contain incremental version numbering?
- How do you recommend I build the headless Eclipse RCP application?
- I'm unsure if I should compliment Hudson with other technologies to achieve my requirements (i.e. Ivy), or if I am expected to write custom Hudson plug-ins or if my problems have already been solved by Hudson?
I'd love some direction because my project team really need to hit the ground running and we'd love to know if Hudson can be used.
[Updated on: Fri, 25 November 2011 06:25]
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