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This plugin generates Tattletale reports, mostly useful for jar file analysis.
- Identify dependencies between JAR files
- Find missing classes from the classpath
- Spot if a class/package is located in multiple JAR files
- Spot if the same JAR file is located in multiple locations
- With a list of what each JAR file requires and provides
- Verify the SerialVersionUID of a class
- Find similar JAR files that have different version numbers
- Find JAR files without a version number
- Find unused JAR archives
- Identify sealed / signed JAR archives
- Locate a class in a JAR file
- Get the OSGi status of your project
- Remove black listed API usage
- And generate the same reports for your .WAR and .EAR archives
This plugin requires tattletale and javassist unzipped on filesystem.
Latest release download location: http://maven.jenkins-ci.org:8081/content/repositories/releases/org/jenkins-ci/plugins/tattletale-plugin/0.3/
The Tattletale plug-in can generate tattletale reports and archive them for each build.
The following features are provided by this plug-in:
- Tattletale execution using embedded mechanism
- Configuring which files to scan after each build.
- Report archivation for each build or per project
- Easy access and viewing of Tattletale reports
How To Use
- Download Tattletale or use tattletale maven or ant integration
- Install plugin, Manage Hudson> manage plugins >Available
- Configure the tattletale and javassist (contained with tattetale download) location
- Restart app server/ Hudson
- If you want the plugin to execute Tattletale add "Invoke Tattletale" build step otherwise use maven or ant tattletale integration in your project
- Check "Publish Tattletale report" in the post-build actions in your project
- Explore generated reports on project / build page
Step no. 3 - configuring global plugin settings:
Step no. 4 - invoking Tattletale for your project:
Step no. 5 - archiving reports:
Step no. 6 - Tattletale reports on project / build page:
- Initial release
- Support for direct Tattletale execution (or usage of maven/ant integration)
- Support for archiving reports per build or per project