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Hudson 3.3.0-RC1 is now available for testing from the Hudson downloads page. Note that this release mandates the use of Java 7 or above to run Hudson. For more information see the changelog and the download page.
Hudson 3.2.2 is now available for production use from the Hudson downloads page. This patch set release addresses a range of issues in the 3.2 release including some security vulnerabilities (see the changelog for details). We recommend that users of 3.2.0 (and earlier versions) upgrade to this release.
Hudson 3.2.1 is now available for production use from the Hudson downloads page. This patch set release addresses a small number of high priority bugs brought to light by the Hudson 3.2.0 upgrade. We recommend that users of 3.2.0 (and earlier versions) upgrade to this release.
Hudson 3.2.0 is now available for production use from the downloads page. This milestone encapsulates the upgrade of the Spring libraries to Spring 3 and upgrades the capabilities of the Team support to full multi-tenancy with Job Group View and Slave isolation.
The Hudson 3.1.2 bugfix release now available for production use from the downloads page for the WAR file version and this page for the OS Specific distributions. The bugs addressed in this release and the preceding 3.1.1 patchset are listed in the change log.
Hudson 3.1.2 is available for early testing. This release is a small bugfix release addressing some high priority issues encountered in 3.1.1. The release candidate can be obtained from the downloads page.
The Hudson Team are pleased to announce the availability of the 3.1.1 release. This bugfix only release is now available for download from the downloads page.
We're please to pass on the news that yet another Hudson book has just been published. Lloyd Meinholz has just let us know that his Hudson 3 Essentials fast paced book which covers both Hudson 3 and 3.1 has just made it to the newstand. Congratulations Lloyd!
Hudson project lead Winston Prakash, along with established author and JSF Spec Lead Ed Burns, have just completed their collaboration on a great guide to using and extending Hudson.
The book is available now and you can read more here.
The 3.0.1 patchset release of Hudson is now available. This is a minor release, mainly consisting of bugfixes for the Hudson 3.0.0 release. Details of the fixes and minor new features can be found on the ChangeLog
The first production release of Hudson under the Eclipse Foundation umbrella is now available!
Great news, Hudson has now moved out of incubation at Eclipse and the release of Hudson 3.0 is approved.
Winston and Duncans Developing Best Practice with Hudson paper is now available for viewing here.
In accordance with the Hudson Community meeting of September 24th the old issues.hudson-ci.org repository is being retired. All new issues in Hudson core should be logged in the Eclipse Bugzilla system against technology.hudson. Issues with plugins should be logged in the respective GITHub projects: (Hudson 2.n Plugins / Hudson 3+ Plugins).
The release candidate for Hudson 3.0 from Eclipse is now available for download and evaluation from the Eclipse Download page. This version previews the production Hudson 3.0 release, which, barring show-stopper problems should appear within the next couple of weeks..
Note that this release candidate is intended for evaluation and testing only and should not be used in production.
The fourth and final milestone (alpha) release of Hudson from Eclipse is now available for download and evaluation from the Eclipse Download page. This version previews the Hudson 3.0 release candidate (RC1) and provides the final stable library versions and more improvements to the management of plugins including a re-worked plugin management center.
Note that this milestone version is intended for evaluation only and should not be used in production.
We're happy to announce the immediate availability of Hudson 2.2.1 production. This is primarily a bugfix release. See the changelog for more information.
It's been a long road but Hudson is now bedding in on its new hardware configuration. This will provide a more stable environment and more power for the Hudson-on-Hudson plugins build.
Great news! The first milestone (alpha) release of Hudson from Eclipse is now available for download and evaluation. Head on over to the Eclipse Download page to grab it and play. Note that this milestone version is intended for evaluation only and should not be used in production.
We're happy to announce the availablity of Hudson 2.2.0 production - Now with Cascading projects! It can be downloaded from here. click here for more...Note: You must backup your job configurations before upgrading to this release