Release Notes: This is a bugfix release.
Release Notes: This release brings a plethora of new features: support for building projects composed of multiple codebases; new, much more flexible property interpolation support (Interpolate); significant improvements to the ForceScheduler; and much more. The release also drops support for some older software: Buildbot now requires at least Python-2.5 and Twisted-9.0.0.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release to 0.8.6, which was largely a rollup of contributed improvements. It also contains changes to the Web UI, IRC, MailNotifier, properties, and Web hooks, and a number of bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release is largely a rollup of contributed improvements, including a new ForceScheduler to allow much flexible configuration of forced builds. It also contains changes to the web UI, IRC, MailNotifier, properties, and Web hooks, and a number of bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release showcases the work of two Google Summer of Code students, Derek Hurley and Pradeepkumar Gayam, and adds a number of fundamental improvements which have been deferred in previous releases: expanded documentation (including API descriptions), lots of database schema cleanup, and significantly-improved test coverage.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix revision building on 0.8.4p1. The full list of fixes is in the NEWS file, but most center around property rendering, mergeRequests, and utility subcommands like 'checkconfig' and 'try'.
Release Notes: The major project for this release was rewriting the database interfaces to use only asynchronous queries, improving the performance of the master dramatically. This included using SQLAlchemy to gain independence from the database engine. Buildbot is now tested against SQLite, MySQL, and PostgreSQL, and other engines are easy to add. This version comes with a number of great new features, but also some deprecations and incompatible changes; see NEWS for details.
Release Notes: This release has many bugfixes and cleanups, Gerrit and Repo support, properties improvements, PBChangeSource auth/port settings, documentation improvements, and foundations for master-side source commands.
Release Notes: On the master side, Buildbot now sports libvirt-based latent buildslave support, the ability to cancel all builds for a particular change, and a number of new change sources and steps. On the slave side, very little functionality has changed.
Release Notes: This release contains a few bug fixes, but mainly, it separates the master and slave into their own packages. The "buildbot" package is now only the master, and the newly created "buildbot-slave" package is only the slave. There should be no functional change in how a master is run. For slaves, you'll need to use 'buildslave' to create, stop, or start one.