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Plugin Information

View Selection tasks on the plugin site for more information.

This plugin adds new variable. You may select several tasks (for example, Selenium tests) for run.

Hudson 1.366 or later.

This plugin was created for Hudson 1.366. It might not work with earlier versions of Hudson.

User guide

1. Add "Script Selection task" variable to your project. You need to specify the path to executable file and several delimeters. See the picture below.

2. Our idea is quite simple. We have a folder with Selenium tests. We want to select some of them using Hudson UI. Executable file knows the structure of the directory with Selenium tests.

Executable file writes directory structure to standard output stream. So, plugin runs the executable file and reads standard output stream. Example of executable file

3. If you press "Build now" button you will see the tree like this

4. Select several tests and press "Build" button. For example

5. In build parameters you may see

6. You may use this variable in your Linux or Windows scripts. And you may use selected value as default value for this type of variable.

Changelog

Version 1.0 (February 28, 2011)
  • Initial release.

1 Comment

  1. Unknown User (rameshpaul)

    Hi, This is one awesome plugins which i found very useful.

    Just wondering, is there any way that we could pass the filename to run during the time of build or as a build parameter.