Wednesday, April 7, 2010

jBPM Continuous Integration Reports Now Publicly Available

Thanks to the restless Quality Engineering team at JBoss, the continuous integration reports for select projects are available to the public. Here is the most recent token of the company's long-standing tradition of openness and freedom. Not only is the jBPM source code open, but also the development forum, version control system, issue tracker, binary repository and now even the continuous builds. jBPM bares all!

The jbpm3 jobs form a matrix with three axes: jdk, container and database. The jdk and container axes are merged together in order to cover the most ground with the least configurations.
jdk container
sun 1.4.2 jboss 4.0.5
sun 1.5.0 jboss 4.2.3
sun 1.6.0 jboss 5.0.1

The database axis is arranged as a vector to allow for parallel testing; each jdk-appserver couple is executed against each configured database. This organization is quite effective: each job takes only 25-30 min to run.

Hope this new stream of information will tickle your curiosity about the engineering aspects of the project.

1 comment:

Sebastian said...

These are certainly great news.