Dependency Graph View Plugin

This plugin comes is not maintained by its owner for Hudson and is made available under the Install-Tested plugin category as described here. If you have any issues with this plugin please mail the Hudson user list and not the owner

Plugin Information

Plugin ID depgraph-view
Latest Release 0.2
Latest Release Date Aug 05, 2011
Sources Github
Support Eclipse Hudson Forum
Issue Tracking Eclipse Bugzilla

Shows the dependency graph of the Hudson projects using graphviz. Requires a graphviz installation on the server.

Features

  • Show the dependency graph via graphviz
    • restricted to projects in a view
    • restricted to one project
  • Respects access permissions
  • Show the graphviz source file

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Changelog

Compatibility Info

The plug-in is being maintained by its owner/maintainers from a new home. Check the Tier info for details of compatibility

Version 0.1

  • Initial version

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  1. Dec 22, 2010

    Hendryk Bockelmann says:

    This seems to be a really nice plugin, thank you ... but unfortunately it wont w...

    This seems to be a really nice plugin, thank you ... but unfortunately it wont work for me.

    I can view the dependency graph at <myhudsonserver>/dependencyGraph/graph but the plugin just shows a symbol instead of the graph. The graph in graphviz format can be viewed and I checked the output using dot on my local machine. The picture is very wide - might this cause some problems for viewing it in hudson?

    1. Dec 22, 2010

      Stefan Wolf says:

      Can your graphviz installation generate png output with the -Tpng command line o...

      Can your graphviz installation generate png output with the -Tpng command line option? If not, this could be the problem. If your dot executable is not in path, then you can also set the executable in the configuration page of hudson.

      If you keep having this problem, please get the stacktrace from the hudson log and open a jira issue.

      1. Dec 23, 2010

        Hendryk Bockelmann says:

        I am sorry, you are right ... the png support was not installed on our hudson se...

        I am sorry, you are right ... the png support was not installed on our hudson server. Now I can see the graph.

        There are two more questions/suggestions for this plugin: the graph picture is very large, it might be useful to be able to set the font size or a scaling factor for the plot - and second, the dependencies that are given by the 'Log Trigger Plug-In' are not shown; these might be indicated as a dotted line.

        All in all, I am very happy that you wrote this plugin - especially since it also shows the dependencies of 'join plugin' and 'Parameterized Trigger plugin' - thank you

        1. Jan 07, 2011

          Stefan Wolf says:

          The problem with the Log Trigger Plug-In is already fixed in source of their plu...

          The problem with the Log Trigger Plug-In is already fixed in source of their plugin - but they need to make a new release to make it available. The problem is that, in the current version (0.1), they do not add a dependency to the dependency tree but perform the build manually.

  2. Feb 01, 2011

    Steve Potter says:

    Thanks, it works great!  Would it be possible to display disabled Jobs ...

    Thanks, it works great!  Would it be possible to display disabled Jobs differently from the enabled ones?