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Support for 3.7

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      I saw some traffic on the Buckminster list a few months ago but haven't seen anything since then. Any status update on this?

      thanks,

      Miles

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          jutzig jutzig added a comment -

          Unfortunately not. The fork complicated things a bit. On Hudson I am currently no longer able to release because the release procedure has changed quite a bit.
          As for jenkins, the layout has been changed recently. My JSON file was actually hand written, but it seems you're supposed to generate it automatically.
          As a workaround you can use a custom JSON file as described on the plugin wiki page. If I have a few spare minutes next week I can create a JSON file for 3.7 and attach it to this issue to make it easier for users.

          For Jenkins I will query the dev mailing list to find out how to put a new version of the buckminster.json online, but for Hudson I think I'll wait until it's clear how the Eclipse proposal will affect the infrastructure and release procedure.

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          jutzig jutzig added a comment - Unfortunately not. The fork complicated things a bit. On Hudson I am currently no longer able to release because the release procedure has changed quite a bit. As for jenkins, the layout has been changed recently. My JSON file was actually hand written, but it seems you're supposed to generate it automatically. As a workaround you can use a custom JSON file as described on the plugin wiki page. If I have a few spare minutes next week I can create a JSON file for 3.7 and attach it to this issue to make it easier for users. For Jenkins I will query the dev mailing list to find out how to put a new version of the buckminster.json online, but for Hudson I think I'll wait until it's clear how the Eclipse proposal will affect the infrastructure and release procedure.
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          milesparker Miles Parker added a comment -

          OK, thanks! It's actually not really that hard to manually set up a Buckminster instance but of course anyway to reduce the administrative burden is always good.

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          milesparker Miles Parker added a comment - OK, thanks! It's actually not really that hard to manually set up a Buckminster instance but of course anyway to reduce the administrative burden is always good.
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          kohsuke Kohsuke Kawaguchi added a comment -

          We can stage the new json file very easily. Just give us a new file and it'll be done.

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          kohsuke Kohsuke Kawaguchi added a comment - We can stage the new json file very easily. Just give us a new file and it'll be done.
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          lorebett Lorenzo Bettini added a comment -

          This is finally fixed

          I've setup a crawler (https://github.com/jenkinsci/backend-crawler) that periodically generates a json file with also recent releases (including 3.7 and 4.2); the crawled json file is taken from here https://github.com/jenkinsci/buckminster-plugin/blob/master/updates/buckminster.json

          you can now select also 3.7 and 4.2 versions of Buckminster to install

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          lorebett Lorenzo Bettini added a comment - This is finally fixed I've setup a crawler ( https://github.com/jenkinsci/backend-crawler ) that periodically generates a json file with also recent releases (including 3.7 and 4.2); the crawled json file is taken from here https://github.com/jenkinsci/buckminster-plugin/blob/master/updates/buckminster.json you can now select also 3.7 and 4.2 versions of Buckminster to install

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            lorebett Lorenzo Bettini
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            milesparker Miles Parker
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