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Plugin Information

View Parameter Separator on the plugin site for more information.

This is a dead simple parameter plugin for Jenkins CI that allows one to clearly differentiate sets of parameters on a jenkins build page. This can be useful for builds with lots of parameters (builds that dynamically build different items pased on the job parameters set at build time, for instance).

Specifically, the plugin creates an <hr /> tag with a globally configurable style attribute to better suit one's Jenkins install.

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How to use this plugin

  1. Install this plugin from the Jenkins Update Center
  2. Configure the styling for your parameters in the Jenkins global configuration page (Manage Jenkins -> Configure System; Parameter Separator section)

  3. Add any number of parameter separator elements to your parameterized job on the job's configuration page

  4. Now when you start a build of your job, you will have parameters clearly separated by your stylized separator!

    Version History

1.0 (January 20, 2016)
  • Pulled in ace-han's changes to make the separators more parameter like (and he updated the core jenkins repository maven dependency to boot! Thanks!)
0.8 (Aug 7, 2014)
  • Collapsed individual parameter styling options behind "Separator Options..." button on job configuration page. Saves space!
0.7 (Jun 25, 2014)
  • Now you can style each separator separately!
  • Random cleanup.
0.6 (Jun 23, 2014)
  • Added ability to add text for each separator, and style it on a per separator basis.
  • Random cleanup.
0.5 (Jun 11, 2014)
  • Fixed silly release bugs so people can actually find the plugin. No functional change. Only available release.

1 Comment

  1. Unknown User (psjay)

    Hey Unknown User (olhado), I can see the "name" issue (where it changes all the time) is resolved on github, and there's a 1.1 release tagged.

    Can you make that available to be installed in Jenkins?  Only version 1.0 is showing up at the moment.