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Jenkins Dashboard

by benmatselby ST3

[DEPRECATED] Sublime Text plugin to allow interaction with a Jenkins Installation

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  • Win 919
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  • Linux 591
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Sublime Jenkins Dashboard

This plugin aims to allow you to interact with a Jenkins installation from within the Sublime Text environment

Installation

Use Sublime Text’s Package Control (Preferences -> Package Control -> Install Package -> Jenkins Dashboard) to install this plugin. This is the recommended installation path.

Configuration

To configure this plugin, open up the Preferences and scroll down to “Jenkins Dashboard”. You will then need to supply the Jenkins URL in order to retrieve data.