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Hudson Build Schedule overview?

Anderson Fredrik (fa)
Hi!
 
First, thanks for a great "continious build engine".
 
We have about ten projects setup on different build schedules, is there any possibilities to have an overview picture of the build schedule/times? So I don't need to check every project and it's schedule before changing to other day or time.
 
Or is is an improvement ideas for future releases?

Fredrik Anderson
Telematics Software Designer

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Fredrik Anderson
Volvo Technology Corporation
Transport, Information & Communication
Dept 6620, M2.7
SE 405 08 Göteborg, Sweden
Telephone: +46 (0)31 322 64 50
GSM/SMS: +46 (0)739 02 64 50

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Re: Hudson Build Schedule overview?

Qazwart-2
It might be possible through Groovy and the Hudson CLI engine.

This is a good start (if you have Hudson installed on either Unix or Cygwin):

$ cd $HUDSON_HOME/jobs
$ grep -A1 "<hudson.triggers.SCMTrigger>" */config.xml

This should also work, but there might be a plugin that uses <spec>:

$ grep "<spec>.*</spec>" */config.xml | sed "s/<\/*spec>//'

And, if you're handy in PHP or JavaScript, you should be able to
create a webpage with this information.

On Tue, Jun 30, 2009 at 7:28 AM, Anderson Fredrik
(fa)<[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi!
>
> First, thanks for a great "continious build engine".
>
> We have about ten projects setup on different build schedules, is there any
> possibilities to have an overview picture of the build schedule/times? So I
> don't need to check every project and it's schedule before changing to other
> day or time.
>
> Or is is an improvement ideas for future releases?
>
> Fredrik Anderson
> Telematics Software Designer
> ___________________________________________
> Fredrik Anderson
> Volvo Technology Corporation
> Transport, Information & Communication
> Dept 6620, M2.7
> SE 405 08 Göteborg, Sweden
> Telephone: +46 (0)31 322 64 50
> GSM/SMS: +46 (0)739 02 64 50
> E-mail: [hidden email]
>
>



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David Weintraub
[hidden email]

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Re: Hudson Build Schedule overview?

Michael Donohue
The configuration slicing plugin already allows you to look at the timer and scm polling configuration for all jobs without using groovy.

-Michael

On Tue, Jun 30, 2009 at 11:37 AM, David Weintraub <[hidden email]> wrote:
It might be possible through Groovy and the Hudson CLI engine.

This is a good start (if you have Hudson installed on either Unix or Cygwin):

$ cd $HUDSON_HOME/jobs
$ grep -A1 "<hudson.triggers.SCMTrigger>" */config.xml

This should also work, but there might be a plugin that uses <spec>:

$ grep "<spec>.*</spec>" */config.xml | sed "s/<\/*spec>//'

And, if you're handy in PHP or JavaScript, you should be able to
create a webpage with this information.

On Tue, Jun 30, 2009 at 7:28 AM, Anderson Fredrik
(fa)<[hidden email]> wrote:
> Hi!
>
> First, thanks for a great "continious build engine".
>
> We have about ten projects setup on different build schedules, is there any
> possibilities to have an overview picture of the build schedule/times? So I
> don't need to check every project and it's schedule before changing to other
> day or time.
>
> Or is is an improvement ideas for future releases?
>
> Fredrik Anderson
> Telematics Software Designer
> ___________________________________________
> Fredrik Anderson
> Volvo Technology Corporation
> Transport, Information & Communication
> Dept 6620, M2.7
> SE 405 08 Göteborg, Sweden
> Telephone: +46 (0)31 322 64 50
> GSM/SMS: +46 (0)739 02 64 50
> E-mail: [hidden email]
>
>



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David Weintraub
[hidden email]

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