Finishing off the second week in March, the Hudson team rolled Hudson 1.350 off the assembly line last Friday, bringing a slew of fixes. Of particular interest to users of Hudson's various native packages for Red Hat, openSuSE, Ubuntu/Debian and Solaris, was a change that suppress the "self-upgrade" functionality in the "Manage Hudson" page. On the enhancements side of the fence, the team added...
Rush delivery from Hudson HQ! Hudson 1.351 just rolled out with a very important regression fix:
Regression in 1.350 that can delete old build artifacts. (mailing list thread, issue 5937)
Sorry for the hiccup everybody, we're working pretty hard on getting a better, more stable, release process in place.
You can go grab the latest .war file straight from hudson-ci.org or if you're using a...
Last Friday, March 5th, Hudson 1.349 was pushed out into the wild with an even split of bug fixes and enhancements. Included in this release is Alan Harder's (a.k.a mindless) old data monitor code, discussed previously in the post "Call for Testers: The older the better." Included in this release were further updates to the japanese and german localizations of Hudson; if you're interested...
The latest release, 1.348 of Hudson was pushed out to the repositories on the 26th of Feb. This release is primarily a bugfix release containing a number of fixes (listed below) and a few localization corrections
<li class=bug> Fixed a performance problem of the job/build top page when there are too many artifacts.
Improved /etc/shadow permission checks.
DIsable auto-refresh in Groovy script console...
The release of Hudson 1.347 last friday, February 19th, was a relatively "minor" one insofar that it contained an assortment of smaller fixes instead of fixes to major regressions (they weren't any to be fixed) or major features added. There were however some notable commits in this release cycle that didn't make the changelog just yet, for example godin committed an ebuild which will...
After some scrambling earlier in the week to get 1.345 out the door, correcting some regressions in 1.344, the Hudson team still rolled out a 1.346 release last Friday, February 12th, 2010. Similar to the past couple releases, 1.346 had a good number of bug fixes, including a a performance fix when dealing with larger build submissions and a substantial revision of the SCM...
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...
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