Changes between Version 6 and Version 7 of WikiStart


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    9  * The current release is buildbot-0.7.5 . You can download the source from the sf.net download page here. The release is signed with my GPG public key, available here.
    10  * The latest code is available from CVS for browsing or read-only checkout. There are also Arch and Darcs repositories which track the main CVS tree and provide lower-latency access than anonymous CVS, details are here. There is also a copy of the CVS user's manual available, which may give you an idea of what sorts of features are coming up in the next release.
    11  * The README file contains an overview, while the User's Manual contains complete documentation. The API Reference may be useful when writing the configuration file: the various Steps and Schedulers are documented there.
    12  * Recent changes are summarized in the NEWS file, while the complete details are in the ChangeLog.
    13  * The paper delivered at PyCon-2003, along with the slides.
    14  * The SourceForge Project Page
    15  * Please join the buildbot-devel mailing list to be notified about new releases, discuss how to configure and use the buildbot, and to hear about new development. This is both a user and a developer mailing list.
    16  * You can also join the buildbot-commits mailing list to be notified about changes in CVS.
    17  * There is a brief roadmap listing goals for the next few releases.
     9 * The current release is buildbot-0.7.5 . You can download the source from the [http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=73177 sf.net download page]. The release is signed with [http://www.lothar.com/warner-gpg.html my GPG public key].
     10 * The latest code is available from CVS for [http://buildbot.cvs.sourceforge.net/buildbot/buildbot/ browsing] or [http://sourceforge.net/cvs/?group_id=73177 read-only checkout]. There are also [BuildbotSourcesFromArch Arch and Darcs repositories] which track the main CVS tree and provide lower-latency access than anonymous CVS. You might want to look at the CVS version of the [http://buildbot.sf.net/manual-CVS.html user's manual] to get an idea of what sorts of features are coming up in the next release.
     11 * The [http://buildbot.sf.net/README README] file contains an overview, while the [UserManual User's Manual] contains complete documentation. The [http://buildbot.sf.net/API-0.7.5/index.html API Reference] may be useful when writing the configuration file: the various Steps and Schedulers are documented there.
     12 * Recent changes are summarized in the [http://buildbot.sf.net/NEWS NEWS] file, while the complete details are in the [http://buildbot.sf.net/ChangeLog ChangeLog].
     13 * The [http://buildbot.sf.net/PyCon-2003/buildbot.html paper] paper delivered at PyCon-2003, along with the [http://buildbot.sf.net/PyCon-2003/slides/slide-01.html slides].
     14 * The [https://sourceforge.net/projects/buildbot/ SourceForge Project Page]
     15 * Please join the [http://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/buildbot-devel buildbot-devel mailing list] to be notified about new releases, discuss how to configure and use the buildbot, and to hear about new development. This is both a user and a developer mailing list.
     16 * You can also join the [http://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/buildbot-commits buildbot-commits mailing list] to be notified about changes in CVS.
     17 * There is a brief RoadMap listing goals for the next few releases.
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    1919== Download ==
     
    2222    * Debian Users: install the 'buildbot' [http://packages.debian.org/buildbot package] from the 'unstable' or 'testing' distribution.
    2323    * Ubuntu Users: install the 'buildbot' [http://packages.ubuntu.com/buildbot package] from the Dapper 'universe' section (version 0.7.2 in dapper, 0.7.4 in edgy). (thanks to Matthias Klose for making both of these debian versions happen!). For newer versions, look for backports or install from source.
    24     * SUSE Users: Marcus Rueckert has made SUSE RPMs available at http://software.opensuse.org/download/devel:/tools:/building/ . Take a look here for user documentation.
    25     * Darwin Users: run port install buildbot (thanks to Olivier Bonnet for making this happen!)
     24    * SUSE Users: Marcus Rueckert has made SUSE RPMs available at http://software.opensuse.org/download/devel:/tools:/building/ . There is also [http://en.opensuse.org/Build_Service/User user documentation] available.
     25    * Darwin Users: run port install buildbot (thanks to Olivier Bonnet for [http://bugzilla.opendarwin.org/show_bug.cgi?id=8888 making this happen]!)
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    2727== Success Stories ==