Oracle Proposes Hudson Move to Eclipse Foundation

by Alex Blewitt and Charles Humble on  May 04, 2011 35

Oracle has created a proposal to move the Hudson project, including ownership of the trademark and domain name, to the Eclipse Foundation. In addition to the existing commercial backers (Oracle and Sonatype), other commercial supporters are keen to see Hudson move to an independent organisation and process, and will also be adding committers to the project.

Hudson Resurrected as Hudson 2.0

by Alex Blewitt on  Apr 22, 2011

The first significant release of Hudson since the Hudson/Jenkins fork has been released, with a new versioning scheme following OSGi/Semantic Versioning going forward. This includes a new JSR330 dependency injection model to make it easier to run in an OSGi runtime as well as decoupling from specific Hudson annotations.

Annotation-Driven Dependency Injection with Google Guice 3.0

by Michael Floyd on  Apr 20, 2011 7

Late last month Google released Guice 3.0, a Java framework that implements the dependency injection (DI) design pattern. The motivation behind Guice was to make it easier for programmers to write DI code by reducing the need to write boilerplate factories. This article examines the new 3.0 features, loks at how Guice 3.0 supports Spring DI, and introduces Guice 4.1 (a.k.a. MiniGuice).

Hudson Moves to GitHub (Again)

by Alex Blewitt on  Feb 14, 2011

Whilst Jenkins 1.397 has been released, Sonatype have been pressing on with build and architectural changes to Hudson. In order to facilitate further developer interest, the Hudson codebase will be moved back to GitHub.

Jenkins First Release; Hudson Support

by Alex Blewitt on  Feb 03, 2011

The first Jenkins version, 1.396, has been released with upgrade scripts that can help migrate an existing Hudson instance. Meanwhile, Oracle confirms the continuation of commercial Hudson support, and Sonatype puts their weight behind Hudson.

Hudson Renames to Jenkins

by Alex Blewitt on  Jan 31, 2011 2

The votes are in, and the community voted to rename Hudson as Jenkins in a 214 to 14 split. The infrastructure is ready but not yet in use, with a migration timeline to be announced in advance to give developers time to migrate to the new organisation. Oracle will continue to support and develop Hudson at the infrastructure, but for how long?

Hudson Community Proposes Rename to Jenkins

by Alex Blewitt on  Jan 28, 2011 7

Oracle has responded to the Hudson community about how they can keep control of the Hudson name but let the community do the work. The community has responded with a vote on renaming the Hudson project to Jenkins to escape from Oracle's legal sabre-rattling.

Hudson Project Proposes Renaming to Jenkins

by Alex Blewitt on  Jan 12, 2011 2

With Oracle having applied for the trademark on the Hudson project name, and potentially putting the future of the Hudson project in future jeopardy, the Hudson developers have proposed renaming the project to Jenkins. The developers are keen to emphasise that this is a rename, not a fork, of the project since the same developers will continue to work on the renamed project.

Hudson Moves Away From Oracle

by Alex Blewitt on  Dec 01, 2010 8

The Hudson developer community has moved Hudson's source code away from Oracle controlled source infrastructure, and is considering a fork. Oracle is now pleading for this not to happen. How did relations sour, and what is the future of Hudson?

Avoid SDK Hassle with Build Services for Native Mobile Web Apps: RhoHub,

by Werner Schuster on  Oct 27, 2010

HTML/Javascript code packaged as native apps allows for cross platform mobile development - but there's still a nuisance: the yak shaving exercise of installing and maintaining the SDKs of all target platforms, and running the builds. There are solutions to fix that: Rhohub for Rhodes,, and PhoneGap/Build.

Maven Central mirror in Europe

by Alex Blewitt on  Oct 19, 2010 3

Sonatype have created a mirror of Maven Central in Europe. If you use Maven, and you're based in Europe, you should update your maven settings to point to it for faster asset acquisition.

Maven 3.0 Released

by Alex Blewitt on  Oct 08, 2010 27

Sonatype today announced the release of Maven 3, the biggest change since Maven 2 was released in 2005. The release of Maven 3 has been backed up by significant automated testing using open-source projects in the field to try and prevent backward incompatibilities. As a result, Maven 3 should just be a drop-in replacement for Maven 2, with an increase in performance.

Maven, Ant, Rake: JRuby 1.5 Enhances Configuration Management

by Paul Blair on  Apr 12, 2010

With its upcoming 1.5 release, anticipated at the end of April, the JRuby project is continuing to improve interoperability between Java and Ruby by providing integration with Maven, Ant and Rake. Ruby developers will be able to take greater advantage of strengths of the Java platform, while Java developers will find more reasons to mix Ruby tools into their existing projects.

Maven to be Built on Guice

by Josh Long on  Feb 04, 2010 4

Sonatype, the professional services company that sponsors the development of many key Maven committers, has announced that they will build Maven 3 atop the Guice Dependency Injection (DI) container instead of the Plexus DI container employed for Maven 1 and 2. Backwards compatability will be ensured using a shim to support Plexus.

Maven and JRuby Roundup: Maven_gem Brings Maven Libs to RubyGems, GemCutter Inspires JavaGems

by Mirko Stocker on  Dec 18, 2009 1

JRuby's Charles Nutter is making Maven artifacts installable as RubyGems. An alternative to using Maven is JavaGems, built on RubyGems, Bundler and Gemcutter to make it easier to install libraries for Scala, Clojure and other JVM languages. Also, JRuby gets the ability to generate real Java classes.

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