Monthly Archives: December 2009

>Traffic Jam

>I guess it was rush hour at 6:58pm EST on December 8, 2009. First time I’ve seen 4 builds in the queue waiting to build on the eclipse build server. Advertisements

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>Build Failures on Test Slave on Hudson

>If you notice your builds starting to fail all of sudden on the Hudson server, then check your console output for the following at the top of the page: Building remotely on test-slave This is saying that the build tried … Continue reading

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>Adding FindBugs to Athena Common Builder

>After my post about FindBugs, I was pointed to bug 247073 which asked for FindBugs to be Integrated into the eclipse build infrastructure. Unfortunately it was resolved as won’t fix. Since the creation of that bug, we now have the … Continue reading

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>Tag/Build, Build/Tag..How about Both

>Nick blogged about some ways to feed your builds. Many in eclipse, like the Tag and then Build approach. ….when a number of changes are ready to be released, a tool such as the org.eclipse.releng.tools plugin can be used to, … Continue reading

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>+2 Broadsword

>In my never ending battle with a demon. I’ve added a new weapon to my arsenal. FindBugs. Others have blogged about this tool, and expounded its virtues, and so I thought I’d give it a run. The screenshot below is … Continue reading

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>EclipseCon: Testing Panel

>EclipseCon is slowly inching it’s way closer and closer every day. Those that have been following this blog know that I’m an advocate for having Tests with any code that is committed. My experience is that it greatly reduces the … Continue reading

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