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OpenMake Mojo is the ultimate tool for managing your build and release workflow process ? and it is free! Use Mojo to support your Continuous Integration build loops, create and schedule workflows that execute build scripts, call test tools, deploy object

Eclipse Plunging-Build and Deploy

     

  1. Mojo - Free Build to Release
    OpenMake Mojo is the ultimate tool for managing your build and release workflow process ? and it is free! Use Mojo to support your Continuous Integration build loops, create and schedule workflows that execute build scripts, call test tools, deploy objects and send email notifications. Mojo provides a build dashboard so all members can view the progress of your team builds from inside the Eclpse IDE.
     
  2. EasyEclipse- Build and Deploy
    EasyEclipse plugins are selected open source plugins tested and packaged with an easy to use installer for MacOS , Windows and major Linux distributions . While they work best with an EasyEclipse distribution , each plugin can be installed with a vanilla Eclipse. The installers make managing your plugins an easy and non-lethal operation. 
     
  3. Openmake Meister For Java
    OpenMake Meister for Java is the ultimate tool for dynamically defining and executing software builds. Meister allows you to dramatically decrease your build times by supporting "build avoidance" for building Jars. You can bring your Continuous Integration build times down from hours to a matter of minutes with Meister's Incremental build technology. 
     
  4. Fat Jar-Build and Deploy
    The Fat Jar Eclipse Plug-In allows building executable jars. In addition to the" Export as Jar" function which is included to Eclipse the Plug-In bundles all dependant  JARs together into one executable jar. The Plug-In adds the Entry "Build Fat Jar" to the Context-Menu of Java-projects.  
      
  5. Deployer
    Deployer is an Eclipse plug-in to deploy files in remote servers, using SSH. It uses SFtp protocol to transfer the files. Support for other protocols is a planned feature. It's written in Java and released under the Lesser General Public License (LGPL). Deployer was originaly coded to aviod the manual upload of jar files to my server every time I made a modification. 
       
  6. Export to Shell Script Plugin
    The Export To Shell Script plugin allows for developers to export Java runtime targets of eclipse projects to shell scripts in various languages (windows, C Shell, and BASH). This plugin creates the shell scripts to setup the classpath and any VM/Command Line arguments necessary to run the target.
     
  7. Xcarecrows4 Web Services
    Use Xcarecrows4WS to manage Apache Tomcat and Apache Axis in a few clicks. There are some Features of Xcarecrows4WS which the following here:
    * Manages Apache Tomcat and Apache Axis
    * Instant SSL configuration
    * Starts and stops Apache Tomcat
    * Configures as many instances of Apache Tomcat as needed
    * Downloads, starts, stops, deploys and undeploys web services
    * Apache Tomcat 6.0.10 ready
     
  8. Plugin builder
    Pluginbuilder supports the build automation of Eclipse plug-ins. The recommended way to automate the building and testing of Eclipse plug-ins is the PDE (Plug-in Development Environment) build. The goal of this project is to assist the plug-in developer in the configuration and running of PDE builds. It features PDE necessities like map files but goes beyond that and wants to provide further build automation Best Practices like test automation, code coverage or code analysis. Pluginbuilder consists of two parts: * An Eclipse plug-in allows to configure the build in the project's workspace and run the build locally * Then the configuration can be uploaded to the server platform where the build can be scheduled The plug-in provides a new project nature which comes with skeleton build files and an editor which allows to create and generate a complete PDE build configuration. 
      
  9. Fx2Ant-Build and Deploy
    Fx2Ant plugin instantly translates the settings of your existing Flex Projects into ANT build scripts, so that you can build your modules, libraries and applications outside of Eclipse and create larger builds integrated with J2EE projects. What takes weeks on even a mid-size project, can be done in seconds with Fx2Ant.
     
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    Posted on: February 28, 2008

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