RegEx Email Plugin

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Plugin ID regexemail Changes In Latest Release
Since Latest Release
Latest Release
Latest Release Date
Required Core
Dependencies
0.3
Jan 31, 2010
1.318
Source Code
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Subversion
Open Issues
Justin Edelson (id: justinedelson)
Usage Installations 2013-Apr 537
2013-May 545
2013-Jun 552
2013-Jul 580
2013-Aug 581
2013-Sep 563
2013-Oct 579
2013-Nov 564
2013-Dec 562
2014-Jan 549
2014-Feb 558
2014-Mar 544

This plugin allows you to generate user email addresses from usernames.

RegEx Email plugin

This plugin allows you to generate user email addresses from usernames using regular expressions and Java format strings. Because there is no UI support for mail resolver configuration, you have to configure this plugin manually. That's done by creating a file named com.mtvi.plateng.hudson.regex.RegexMailAddressResolver.xml and dropping it in the HUDSON_HOME directory. Here's an example configuration file:

<?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?>
<com.mtvi.plateng.hudson.regex.Configuration>
 <userNameExpression>(.*) (.*)</userNameExpression>
 <emailAddressPattern>%s.%s@foo.com</emailAddressPattern>
</com.mtvi.plateng.hudson.regex.Configuration>

As of version 0.2 of the plugin, you can specify multiple regular expression/email address pattern pairs:

<?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?>
<com.mtvi.plateng.hudson.regex.MultiConfiguration>
    <configurations>
        <com.mtvi.plateng.hudson.regex.Configuration>
            <userNameExpression>(.*) (.*) (.*)</userNameExpression>
            <emailAddressPattern>%s.%s-%s@foo.com</emailAddressPattern>
        </com.mtvi.plateng.hudson.regex.Configuration>
        <com.mtvi.plateng.hudson.regex.Configuration>
            <userNameExpression>(.*) (.*)</userNameExpression>
            <emailAddressPattern>%s.%s@foo.com</emailAddressPattern>
        </com.mtvi.plateng.hudson.regex.Configuration>
    </configurations>
</com.mtvi.plateng.hudson.regex.MultiConfiguration>

Note that the top-level element changes when you are using multiple configurations. Also note that if multiple regular expressions are potential matches (as in the case above), care must be taken to ensure the order is correct.

Version History

Version 0.3 (January 31, 2010)
  • Update code for more recent Hudson
Version 0.2 (June 30, 2008)
  • Added multiple-configuration support
  • Added more logging
Version 0.1 (June 20, 2008)
  • Initial release

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