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README.md

Git SCM plugin

Git software configuration management for Jenkins

  • see Jenkins wiki for feature descriptions
  • use JIRA to report issues / feature requests

Master Branch

The master branch is the primary development branch.

Branch names using the pattern 'stable-x.y' are development branches for changes from a base release 'x.y'. For example, stable-3.9 is the branch used to release fixes based on git plugin 3.9 while master branch development is preparing for the 4.0.0 release.

Contributing to the Plugin

Plugin source code is hosted on GitHub. New feature proposals and bug fix proposals should be submitted as pull requests. Fork the repository, prepare your change on your forked copy, and submit a pull request to the master branch. Your pull request will be evaluated by the Jenkins job.

Before submitting your pull request, please add tests which verify your change. There have been many developers involved in the git plugin and there are many users who depend on the git plugin. Tests help us assure that we're delivering a reliable plugin, and that we've communicated our intent to other developers in a way that they can detect when they run tests.

Code coverage reporting is available as a maven target and is actively monitored. Please improve code coverage with the tests you submit. Code coverage reporting is written to target/site/jacoco/ by the maven command:

  $ mvn -P enable-jacoco clean install jacoco:report

Before submitting your change, review the findbugs output to assure that you haven't introduced new findbugs warnings.

Building the Plugin

  $ java -version # Need Java 1.8
  $ mvn -version # Need a modern maven version; maven 3.5.4 or later are required
  $ mvn clean install

To Do

  • Fix bugs
  • Improve code coverage
  • Improve javadoc
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