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This release makes the Build Monitor UI just a little bit smarter:
- The base size of the font is automatically adjusted based on the number of dashboard rows displayed (closes #165 and quite possibly #172)
- You can still tweak the size of the font to make it up to 3x smaller or 2x larger than what's suggested
- If the number of widgets displayed becomes greater than what can comfortably fit on the screen, the dashboard becomes scrollable (closes #124)
Oh, the versioning scheme has changed to decouple the Build Monitor version number from the environment where the project is built (i.e. the Jenkins build number).
Now, instead of
<major>.<minor>+build.<build number> you'll see
By the way, if you'd like to find out how to make Maven version your project in a similar fashion, check out my new Release Candidate maven plugin and the new pipeline.groovy Workflow script I use to build the Build Monitor to see how to use Release Candidate with Jenkins (or any other CI server for this matter).
As always - I'm looking forward to hearing your thoughts and hope that you find Build Monitor useful!
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