After I blogged a three-part tutorial (part 1, part 2, part 3), a number of people asked me to try I thought it would be interesting to rebuild with the Wine Cellar application I had built with Backbone.
If you are new to my Wine Cellar application, it is a simple CRUD app that allows you to manage (create, update, delete) wines in a Wine Cellar.
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It is a comprehensive guide to using the architecture based on practical experience.
I’ve made many, many mistakes along the way – you don’t have to!
Interaction with the Git runtime is performed by the use of the Git Client Plugin, which is only tested on official git client. At the project level the Git Plugin is configured by selecting the Git option at the Source Code Management section.
The main section is Repositories where several can be configured. A Repository Browser can also be configured, which adds links in "changes" views within Jenkins to an external system for browsing the details of those changes. Resource Controller.execute(Resource Controller.java:93) at hudson.model. Executor.run(Executor.java:118) Installing the plugin itself works like a charm but configuring the system to work properly under Windows can be a bit tricky. By default, the Jenkins Windows installer sets up Jenkins to run as a service on Windows, which runs as the “Local System account”, NOT your user account.
I’ve added an addendum to update the article with latest thoughts on May 30th, 2014 at the bottom.