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Luntbuild is a powerful build automation and management tool. Continuous Integration or nightly builds can be easily set using a clean web interface. Executed builds are well managed using functions such as search, categorization, promotion, patching, deletion, etc. It also acts as a central build artifacts repository and download area for your whole team.

Why Luntbuild?

You may ask why Luntbuild, while there are already many good build automation tools such as Cruise Control, Anthill, and others. Our answer is:

  • Luntbuild aims at not only being build automation, but also build management system. Executed builds can be categorized, promoted, searched, patched, deleted, etc. This is very important for a nightly builds or Continuous Integration builds, which generate many builds over time.
  • Luntbuild utilizes the project/schedule concept to easily provide build support for parallel development.
  • No configuration files, all jobs are done using web interface. You can set your Luntbuild system in less than thirty minutes.

URL: http://www.luntsys.com/luntbuild/
Licence: Artistic License


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