This article describes the transition from the old Jenkins Windows installer 2.235.2 (32 bit) to the new Jenkins Windows installer 2.235.3 (64 bit)
Let’s take a look how Jenkins installation on Windows happened before release of this upgrade.
It’s evident that branding information is not present here.
Jenkins would be installed into the 32 bit programs directory along with a 32 bit Java 8 runtime...
In this article, I would like to announce the new Windows support policy
which was introduced in the Jenkins project in June 2020.
This policy sets an expectation about how we handle issues and patches related to Windows support for the Jenkins server and agents, and how we organize testing of Windows support in the project.
We will also talk about .NET Framework 2.0 support removal in...
Hello all, I am Buddhika Chathuranga from Sri Lanka and I am a final year undergraduate at the Faculty of IT, University of Moratuwa. I am participating in GSoC 2020 with Jenkins.
I am working on the Windows Service Wrapper Project.
So the Coding Phase 01 of GSoC 2020 is now over and this blog post describes what I have done so far.
Windows Service Wrapper is...
We would like to announce the availability of official Windows agent images for Docker.
These images allow provisioning Jenkins agents with Windows OS on Docker and Kubernetes.
All official Docker images for agents now provide nanoserver-1809 and windowsservercore-1809 tags which include Windows images and, at the moment, Java 8 (these are like the latest tag).
We also provide tags with explicit Java selection, e.g. jdk8-windowsservercore-1809 or...
The Windows Installer for Jenkins has been around for many years as a way for users to install a Jenkins Master on Windows as a service.
Since it’s initial development, it has not received a lot of updates or features, but that is about to change.
First, let’s take a look at the current installer experience.
This is the default look and feel for a Windows...