Ce mardi, j’ai fait 20 km de promenade avec mon père à la côte Belge. Je dois bien avouer que je n’avais plus l’habiude de faire une distance pareille à pied d’un coup et j’ai un peu souffert sur le retour!
Cela dit, on a pris des forces entre-temps!
I am used to all kinds of continuous integration tools and I heard about Hudson a while back without actually trying. I did a couple of weeks ago and I am using it extensively (I’d even say exclusively) now. The thing with Hudson is that it just works. No fancy installation script, no cryptical user interface, no file to edit by hand; just create a new job, define where the source core resides in the source repository and you’re set with the default settings. The community is very active and all the issues I have been reported so far have been resolved in a couple of weeks. Pretty impressive.Here’s the list of my favorite plugins (note that Hudson has a plugin download manager built in so it will download the plugins for you!):
There’s a couple of others plugins I had not yet the time to try. The major problems I am facing with Hudson is its notification system which I don’t fully understand and the Jabber integration does not seem to be working at all for me. Other than than, if you’re looking for a powerful and clean continuous integration server, you need to give Hudson a try. And by the way, all this come for free…