As I mentioned in the footer of the post on the Hudson 1.344 release, there were a couple big regressions in the 1.344 release that were causing a number of users issues (such as issue 5536 and issue 5546).
As a result, Kohsuke and the team have quickly pushed out a hot-fix release: 1.345. Here's the break down:
Update center retrieval, "build now"...
The latest release of Hudson, 1.344, was released on February 5th, 2010. The
release contains primarily bug-fixes but has a few enhancements baked into it
as well. As mentioned in "[Incoming! More
1.344 incorporates a number of community-driven translations (see the other
post for more information). Additionally, 1.344 removes the "easter egg"
background image I wrote about in a post to my personal blog: Mourning...
As Kohsuke mentioned on the dev@ mailing
list on January 29th,
another series of community translations of Hudson have been committed
(r26764) and have been released with the
Hudson 1.344 release.
The locales included in this update are:
Hello and welcome to "Continuous Blog", the official Hudson weblog! If you
don't mind me saying so, I think its arrival is long overdue. Since Hudson
started in November of 2006, there hasn't been a central "voice" for the
project. In just a few short years Hudson has grown into a substantial project
with hundreds of plugins and thousands of users around the world.
nice Java-based extensible continuous integration...
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