Hudson is a continuous integration (CI) tool written in Java, which runs in a servlet container, such as Apache Tomcat or the GlassFish application server. It supports SCM tools including CVS, Subversion, Git and Clearcase and can execute Apache Ant and Apache Maven based projects, as well as arbitrary shell scripts and Windows batch commands.
This project has recently graduated as an Eclipse technology project. The main project summary information page can be found here.
The Hudson Wiki is being slowly transitioned to its new home under Eclipse at wiki.eclipse.org/hudson-ci. You'll be able to follow the progress of the migration on the Migration to Eclipse section of the wiki homepage.
The Hudson book is now available for free - Just head over to the book page on the Wiki.
Now that Hudson 3.0.0 is out of the door, development on Hudson core will take place here at a Eclipse, although for IP reasons, plug-in development is still managed externally at hudson-ci.org. The detailed project plan for future versions of Hudson is available on the Hudson Plan Page.
If you want to have input into the feature list then feel free to join us on the regular bi-weekly community call. To be informed about the next meeting simply sign up on the Hudson dev list here, or check the Community Meeting page in the Wiki.
The 3.0.1 patchset release of Hudson is now available. This is a minor release, mainly consisting of bugfixes for the Hudson 3.0.0 release. Details of the fixes and minor new features can be found on the ChangeLog
The next public Hudson community meeting will take place on Monday 11th March 2013. Dial-in information including the agenda is here. Feel free to add your own topics and join the call on the day, all are welcome!
The first production Eclipse version of Hudson (3.0.0) is now available for download from the downloads page.
Great news, Hudson has now moved out of incubation and the release of Hudson 3.0 is approved
Winston and Duncan's Developing Best Practice with Hudson paper delivered at JavaOne 2012 is now available!
In accordance with the Hudson Community meeting of September 24th the old issues.hudson-ci.org repository is being retired. All new issues in Hudson core should be logged here at Eclipse against technology.hudson. Issues with plugins should be logged in the respective GITHub projects(Hudson 2.n Plugins / Hudson 3+ Plugins).
Hudson has now graduated from incubation and has released it's first production version under the Eclipse Foundation banner. Information about the project can be found here in the Eclipse wiki as well as on the main Hudson-ci WebSite for the older non-Eclipse downloads and plugins