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Re: [ecf-dev] Hudson based ECF build available at Github (https://build.ecf-project.org)

Hi Markus,

0) Install Hudson build server (http://www.hudson-ci.org). A VNC server is need for tests that need to create SWT 

How can we assure that the configuration in $repo is up to date with future versions of hudson.

1) Clone this repo to $repo

What does $repo mean? I cloned to a directory called ecfrepo and ended up with a Build dir inside
2) mv $repo to Hudson root directory (HUDSON_HOME on Debian/Ubuntu)

Instead of doing this (and killing my existing hudson) I did a chmod hudson:nogroup to all files in the repo and changed HUDSON_HOME in the configuration in /etc/default/hudson to point to the repo/Build directory.
6) Run the "zSetup" job to have Hudson install build tools like JREs, Buckminster, Ant...

The "apt-get install hudson" hudson will run as user hudson. This will probably not install the requested tools. Here I got stuck. How does hudson install these tool? hudson log::

Started by user wim.jongman
Triggering Java1.5_update_22_x86-64
Triggering Java1.6_update_20_x86-64
Triggering Java1.4.2_update_18_x86-64
Finished: FAILURE

Started by upstream project "zSetup" build number 2
Choosing the download bundle
FATAL: command execution failed
java.io.IOException: found no matches in: 


On Fri, Aug 13, 2010 at 1:47 PM, Markus Alexander Kuppe <ecf-dev_eclipse.org@lemmster.de> wrote:
ECF build has been made available at Github including a guide (6 steps)
how to set up and run it locally [0]. Looking forward to comments and


[0] http://github.com/ECF/Build
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