Release Notes: Support for Subversion was added with the com.urbancode.anthill.adapter.SubversionRepositoryAdapter. The Java version is displayed in home page. Sorting of directories was improved in project intranet. A new version adapter that doesn't increment the file in the repository was added. Project Templates and the ability to copy projects were added. The ability to recreate past builds based on tag/label were added. Many bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: This version makes sure that the work directory is clean at the start of the build rather than at the end, features better error handling when anthill home directory is invalid, makes it possible to edit the home directory via the Anthill properties UI, gets the revision log for forced builds, moves schedule configuration files and the anthill registry to <anthill> /projects, which makes upgrades easier, optionally executes the publish script even if the build script fails, tags successful builds only by default rather than all builds, and includes many bugfixes.
Release Notes: The functionality changes in this build are pretty minor. There is a fix to the stylesheet problem on JBoss with Jetty, Ant 1.4 has been dropped from the distribution, junit.jar and jdepend.jar have been added to the distribution, and Anthill-Example, a preconfigured project, has been added to the distribution.
Release Notes: This release adds a fix to the Date format in the VSS adapter, sending of email messages for failed builds only, better handling of exceptions in servlets and JSPs, and many more bugfixes. Many Perforce updates have been added. Perforce RepositoryAdapter can now optionally specify a view to be used for a project; this allows the Perforce RA to be used in scenarios in which one client configuration is used for multiple projects and in scenarios in which each project has its own client configuration.
Release Notes: A build status indicator has been added to the main page. Now you can see whether the last build of any project succeeded or failed right on the main Anthill page. Tagging the source repository can be configured to happen always, only on successful builds, or never. The build email messages can now be customized based on a template. JVM properties can be configured for when Anthill invokes Ant. For example, the initial and max heap sizes can be set. Ant 1.5.1 is now included in the distribution of Anthill. There are also many bugfixes.
Release Notes: The documentation, manuals, etc. have been updated to reflect recent changes.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Visual Source Safe, Perforce, PVCS, StarTeam, MKSIntegrety, and FileSystem, as well as other feature updates. Tagging the source repository is now optional. The default project site navigation no longer gives an exception when browsing within directories more than three levels deep. The publish.xml project parameter is now optional. Ant parameters can now include quotes. Revision logs now contain all the revisions since the last build, as well as comments.
Release Notes: Schedules have been fixed so that the start time and build interval can change without restarting anthill. Delete functionality has been added to projects, schedules, and dependency groups. CVS repository adapter problems have been fixed. The project ant parameters have been changed; you can now call ant targets from anthill. The repository adapter has been refactored to make it easier to plug into a non-CVS repository. Dependency Groups have been refactored to make future changes easier. You cannot force builds of dependent projects when building a Dependency Group anymore.
Release Notes: The "Configure Anthill" page which is displayed after a fresh Anthill installation was fixed. The Anthill version number shown on the Web interface and in email was fixed. The build number is now properly incremented while building dependency groups. Parsing of the CVS log command output was improved to better handle added/removed files. When forcing a build, the revisions since the last good build are now logged properly.
Release Notes: Added dependency groups, so that projects dependent on other projects can be built using the build artifacts from the dependencies. Users have the option to force the build of any of the members of a dependency group. A problem with scheduled builds was fixed, and some code was reworked to support future enhancements.