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Kyle Sweeney

I’ve been messing around with Hudson for about a month now as a potential alternative to CruiseControl.  My company is interested in being able to use it for both Java and .NET projects, so I created a couple of plugins for doing the .NET stuff, which we have started testing on a couple of internal projects.  I’ve made a NAnt and a MSBuild plugin (sorry if one of these already exists, I did a quick search and didn’t see anything), both based very heavily on the gant plugin source code.  I was wondering if there was interest in these, and if there is, what can I do to make the plugins available?

 

Kyle Sweeney

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Re: Plugin hosting

Stephen Connolly-2
Kyle Sweeney wrote:

>
> I’ve been messing around with Hudson for about a month now as a
> potential alternative to CruiseControl. My company is interested in
> being able to use it for both Java and .NET projects, so I created a
> couple of plugins for doing the .NET stuff, which we have started
> testing on a couple of internal projects. I’ve made a NAnt and a
> MSBuild plugin (sorry if one of these already exists, I did a quick
> search and didn’t see anything), both based very heavily on the gant
> plugin source code. I was wondering if there was interest in these,
> and if there is, what can I do to make the plugins available?
>
> Kyle Sweeney
>
Put in a request to join the hudson project as a developer.

Send an email to Kohsuke telling him your java.net id so he can ensure
that you get approved

I know we'd be interested in your plugins...

-Stephen Connolly

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Re: Plugin hosting

Kohsuke Kawaguchi
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Kyle Sweeney wrote:
> I've been messing around with Hudson for about a month now as a
> potential alternative to CruiseControl.  My company is interested in
> being able to use it for both Java and .NET projects, so I created a
> couple of plugins for doing the .NET stuff, which we have started
> testing on a couple of internal projects.  I've made a NAnt and a
> MSBuild plugin (sorry if one of these already exists, I did a quick
> search and didn't see anything), both based very heavily on the gant
> plugin source code.

Cool!

 > I was wondering if there was interest in these,

Definitely!

 > and
> if there is, what can I do to make the plugins available?

Let me know your java.net id so that I can add you. Then we need to
decide names for your plugins. Once the source code is imported, we are
all set.

--
Kohsuke Kawaguchi
Sun Microsystems                   [hidden email]

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Re: Plugin hosting

Michael Wiles
I know I'd be very interested in a plugin of this nature. We run both java and .net and have no good CI app for .net.

On 8/20/07, Kohsuke Kawaguchi < [hidden email]> wrote:
Kyle Sweeney wrote:
> I've been messing around with Hudson for about a month now as a
> potential alternative to CruiseControl.  My company is interested in
> being able to use it for both Java and .NET projects, so I created a
> couple of plugins for doing the .NET stuff, which we have started
> testing on a couple of internal projects.  I've made a NAnt and a
> MSBuild plugin (sorry if one of these already exists, I did a quick
> search and didn't see anything), both based very heavily on the gant
> plugin source code.

Cool!

> I was wondering if there was interest in these,

Definitely!

> and
> if there is, what can I do to make the plugins available?

Let me know your java.net id so that I can add you. Then we need to
decide names for your plugins. Once the source code is imported, we are
all set.

--
Kohsuke Kawaguchi
Sun Microsystems                   [hidden email]




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