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Re: Eclipse plugin

Kohsuke Kawaguchi
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I'd like to have this discussion in the dev list.

Joakim Recht wrote:

> Kohsuke Kawaguchi wrote:
>> You probably won't be able to put it on Confluence, but if you can let
>> me know your java.net user id, I'll give you the committor access so
>> that you can host the XML file somewhere on https://hudson.dev.java.net/
>>
>> You can also host the Eclipse plugin source file in Hudson CVS if you'd
>> like to, or you can choose elsewhere if that suits you better.
>
> Hi
>
> After a summer vacation, I've finally gotten around to update my Eclipse
> plugin for Hudson. You wrote earlier that it would be possible to host
> the plugin in the Hudson CVS - if that option is still open, I'd like to
> use it - my java.net id is recht.
Added you as a developer. Welcome on board. I'd suggest you put the code
in hudson/hudson/extras/eclipse or we can create
hudson/hudson/ide/eclipse. Do you have any preference?

If you'd like me to do the initial import, I'd be happy to do it for you.


> Also, if can get the code in CVS, I'd like it to go into the same
> package namespace as other plugins, if there is a standardized one?
> Also, what kind of license would be preferrable?

Hudson itself is in the "hudson" package, so it's not a very good
example to follow, I guess.

The maven group Id is "org.jvnet.hudson...." so I hope that works with
you, but ultimately it's up to you to decide.

As for the license, the Hudson code is under the MIT license, so if you
don't have a strong preference, I'd recommend you choose the same license.

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Kohsuke Kawaguchi
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