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|Original author(s)||Brian Warner|
|Developer(s)||Dustin J. Mitchell|
|Initial release||April 29, 2003|
2.6.0 / 21 January 2020
|Operating system||POSIX, Windows|
Buildbot is a software development continuous integration tool which automates the compile or test cycle required to validate changes to the project code base. It began as a light-weight alternative to the Mozilla project's Tinderbox, and is now used at Mozilla, Chromium, WebKit and many other projects.
- Buildbot, I am the author (but no longer the primary maintainer), Various projects from the last couple of years, Brian Warner Personal Website
- Buildbot Release 0.3.1 (29 Apr 2003) Archived September 15, 2005, at the Wayback Machine, * First release., File Release Notes and Changelog, Sourceforge
- "Releases - buildbot/buildbot". Retrieved 21 January 2020 – via GitHub.
- Official website
- Continuous integration with Buildbot (IBM developer blog 2010)
- CI/CD Tools Comparison (2017)
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