Archive for July, 2010:

How to Setup Configure Hudson Master Slave? – Complete Guide

The tasks can be scheduled to run on the same machine (Master), or on a different machine (Slave). A master is a installation of Hudson, that can manage one or more slaves. The role of master remains same in Master slave setup. It serves HTTP requests, and it can still build projects on it’s own.

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How to put comment in Ant | Comments in Apache Ant

How to put comment in Ant | Comments in Apache Ant Method 1: <!– Comments are just as important in buildfiles, do not –> <!– avoid writing them! –> <!– Example build file for “Ant: The Definitive Guide” –> <!– and its sample project: irssibot –> Method 2: Echo Description Writes a message to the

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How to run ant build in intellij? – IntelliJ/Ant integration Guide

IntelliJ/Ant integration By Alvin J. Alexander, devdaily.com The fact that IntelliJ is off-the-shelf ready to work with Ant is a great, great feature. It’s also simple to configure and use. Assuming that you already know how to use Ant, and you have a build.xml file ready to go, just follow these steps to (a) configure

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A sample Ant build script that builds a WAR file – Guide

A sample Ant build script that builds a WAR file <project name=”MyWebApplication” basedir=”..” default=”install”> <!– project-specific variables –> <property name=”jsp.dir.name” value=”myapp” /> <property name=”package.name” value=”${jsp.dir.name}.war” /> <property name=”webapp.dir” value=”/Users/al/tomcat-6.0.16/webapps” /> <property environment=”env” /> <property name=”build.dir” value=”build” /> <property file=”${build.dir}/build.${env.HOSTNAME}” /> <property name=”lib.dir” value=”lib” /> <property name=”pages.dir” value=”pages” /> <property name=”src.dir” value=”src” /> <property name=”src.tests.dir” value=”src-tests”

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Simple Ant Example – clean, prepare, and compile tasks

Sample Ant clean, prepare, and compile tasks <target name=”clean”> <echo>=== CLEAN ===</echo> <delete failonerror=”false”> <fileset dir=”${dest.dir}” includes=”**/*”/> </delete> <delete dir=”${temp.dir}” /> </target> <target name=”prepare” depends=”clean”> <echo>=== PREPARE ===</echo> <mkdir dir=”${dest.dir}” /> <mkdir dir=”${temp.dir}” /> <mkdir dir=”${temp.dir.lib}” /> <mkdir dir=”${temp.dir.meta-inf}” /> <mkdir dir=”${temp.dir.web-inf}” /> <mkdir dir=”${temp.dir.classes}” /> </target> <target name=”compile” depends=”prepare”> <echo>=== COMPILE ===</echo> <echo>Compiling ${src.dir}

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Samples/Examples of the Ant copy task – Guide

Samples of the Ant copy task <copy file=”${resources.dir}/MANIFEST.MF” tofile=”${temp.dir.meta-inf}/MANIFEST.MF” overwrite=”true” /> <copy file=”${resources.dir}/managed-beans.xml” tofile=”${temp.dir.web-inf}/managed-beans.xml” overwrite=”true” /> <copy file=”${resources.dir}/navigation-rules.xml” tofile=”${temp.dir.web-inf}/navigation-rules.xml” overwrite=”true” /> <copy file=”${resources.dir}/monitoring-managed-beans.xml” tofile=”${temp.dir.web-inf}/monitoring-managed-beans.xml” overwrite=”true” /> <copy file=”${resources.dir}/monitoring-navigation-rules.xml” tofile=”${temp.dir.web-inf}/monitoring-navigation-rules.xml” overwrite=”true” /> <copy file=”${resources.dir}/faces-config.xml” tofile=”${temp.dir.web-inf}/faces-config.xml” overwrite=”true” /> <copy file=”${resources.dir}/log4j.properties” tofile=”${temp.dir.classes}/log4j.properties” overwrite=”true” /> <copy file=”${resources.dir}/commons-logging.properties” tofile=”${temp.dir.classes}/commons-logging.properties” overwrite=”true” /> <copy todir=”${temp.dir.classes}”> <fileset dir=”${src.dir}”> <include name=”**/*.xml”/> <include name=”**/*.xsl”/> <include

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| SVN | Subversion | SVN pros and Cons| SVN Repository Planning | SVN Repository layout

| SVN | Subversion | SVN pros and Cons| SVN Repository Planning | SVN Repository layout | Subversion (SVN) Repository Layout Single Project – One project per repository location Pros · Isolated revision numbers · Isolated codebase · Isolated security model Cons · Isolated codebase · Multiple Urls to remember · Multiple locations to maintain Multi-Project Layout – Several projects in

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Sonar PDF Report Plugin 2.1 – What is new in Sonar PDF Report Plugin 2.1?

Hi all, I’m proud to announce the availability of a new release of Sonar PDF Report Plugin (Commercial edition): http://blog.klicap.es/products/sonarpdfreportplugin Key features of this new release: * Include information provided by other installed plugins * Possibility of use SVG images in front page and header Actually Sonar PDF Report Plugin 2.1 supports integration with: *

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Sonar 2.2 Released – Know what’s new in Sonar 2.2 ?

Sonar 2.2 Released – Know what’s new in Sonar 2.2 ? The Sonar Team is pleased to announce the release of Sonar 2.2. There are two key features in this new version :   1. Filters Users can define filters that allow to add new tabs on the homepage like : all projects projects analyzed during last 3 days

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Website Typography

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