Imagine, you want to provide properties-files for all your projects and enable a project-filtering with them. As an example I created a project called properties-project, that will be separately deployed to repo and will be fetched by a component-project that unpacks the properties and uses them to filter its own config-files. After filtering there comes […]
The Webinterface of SonarQube is nice, but sometimes you (or your boss) simply want a report that gives an overview over the current status of only the most important measure-results of all your software projects. With a little bit of Groovy-magic and some minutes with good old bad java-scripting this is possible.
You need the config.xml of your job and have no access to the filesystem of the machine, Jenkins is running on? Simply point you browser to: et voila, the config.xml will be streamd via http 🙂
Someday your boss will ask you to get a list of all jobs and their build-durations in your Jenkins… as often as quick as possible 😉 Just use the following piece of Groovy-code in the Jenkins-console and lay back.
Some months ago, I had a little step into Apache Ivy. At the moment, I’m working on a multiple-components legacy project that is based on Apache Ant with no Dependency-Management. While trying to push our devs into the great World of Apache Maven, I came up to the point that it won’t be possible in […]