DryRun Plugin

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Plugin Information

Plugin ID dry-run Changes In Latest Release
Since Latest Release
Latest Release
Latest Release Date
Required Core
Dependencies
0.9
Sep 16, 2012
1.410
maven-plugin (version:1.410)
Source Code
Issue Tracking
Maintainer(s)
GitHub
Open Issues
Gregory Boissinot (id: gbois)
Usage Installations 2013-Apr 359
2013-May 340
2013-Jun 372
2013-Jul 395
2013-Aug 378
2013-Sep 351
2013-Oct 392
2013-Nov 388
2013-Dec 367
2014-Jan 383
2014-Feb 370
2014-Mar 390

This plug-in makes it possible to show all the job tasks (builders, publishers, ...) to be executed as part of a build job.

Features

This plugin enables you to run your job in a dry-run mode.
If build step are dry-run aware (implements DryRun extension point), the dry-run execution is delegated to the build step.
At the moment, the Gradle Plugin and the xUnit Plugin provide the dry-run feature.
And we strongly recommend other plugins to implement the DryRun extension point.

Changelog

0.9

* Fix issue #15171 - The run button must respect the configured rights

0.8

* Add a default Jenkins Result as SUCCESS for plugin using dry-un

0.7

* Fix dry-run builders

0.6

* Add a job property (Enable to choice different types of dry-run for the the job: runlisteners, buildwrappers, builders, ...)

0.5

* Remove the dry-run for the maven job type (the maven job type Jenkins implementation is not suitable for a well dry-run)

0.4

* Added dry-run for publishers

0.3

* Added a badge action to the build history

0.2

* Delegate dry-un to the build step if the build step extends DryRun extension point.

0.1

* Initial version

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