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Anthill Build and Release Managment Tool v 1.5.40

 
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Anthill is a build management server that ensures a controlled build process and promotes the sharing of knowledge within an organization. AntHill performs a checkout from the source repository of the latest version of a project before every build and tags the repository with a unique build number after every build. AntHill also automatically updates a project intranet site with artifacts from the latest build. AntHill is an extension to the ApacheAnt project and is compatible with version 1.3 and 1.4 of Ant. AntHill is OpenSource and is released under a Mozilla-like license.
http://www.urbancode.com/projects/anthill/default.jsp

Controlled Build Server:
* means to track every build
* ability to recover and reproduce any build
* hands-off operation
Platform for sharing knowledge about software assets:
* central location for project websites including documentation, javadocs, project downloads, etc.
* automatic email notification of build status to interested parties
Process automation tool:
* automates the build process (nightly builds)
* can run unit tests with every build
* generates source code metrics with every build
* etc.
eXtreme Programming tool:
* implements continuous integration
* runs unit tests with every build
Tool for code reuse:
* supports dependencies between projects
* implements Reuse/Release Equivalence Principle
 
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