The Schmant home property should be set to point to the root directory of the Schmant installation that Hudson should use.
The following configuration properties can be set on a per-project basis:
The path to the build script file. If this path is relative, it is interpreted relative to the build workspace root directory.
Variables (key=value) that are available to the build script in the props variable.
Arguments that are available to the build script in the args variable.
Additional system properties to set. System properties are available to the build script in the props variable.
Determines the verbosity of Schmant. Any verbosity level above INFO will generate a lot of output.
The path to additional Schmant task packages. Path entries are separated by the host operating system's path separator char (':' on Unix, ';' on Windows).
The name of the script engine to use for running the build script. If this is not set, the script engine will be inferred from the build script's file name extension.
Additional Jar files to add to Schmant's classpath. This can be used to add Jar files for the script engine to use if they are not installed in the JDK.
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