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  1. Jenkins
  2. JENKINS-27490

Extra-columns plug-in: Request for SVN_REVISION and SVN_URL columns

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    • Type: Improvement
    • Status: Closed (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Minor
    • Resolution: Won't Fix
    • Component/s: extra-columns-plugin
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    • Environment:
      Jenkins 1.554, Extra-Columns plugin v1.15
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      Description

      Please provide the ability to include the SVN_REVISION and SVN_URL values in the list of available columns.

      I have to compile reports which include build numbers and svn information. I have to navigate to extra pages to retrieve the svn information. Being able to see the information I need in a single page - the Views utilizing Extra-Columns - would be a great time-saver.

      Thanks for your consideration.

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          danielbeck Daniel Beck added a comment -

          This cannot even be implemented, as there's no record which of the checked out URLs were actually configured (and therefore added to SVN_REVISION_xxx environment variables), and which were only pulled in from svn:externals.

          Also, this request does not account for multiple such locations (which to display? Or all of them?), or mention which builds' should be shown (last successful build? last stable build? last completed build?)

          The "extra pages" is the main page of the build, usually one click away. And for rarely compiled reports, it's a sensible approach to write a script to extract that information from Jenkins. Could even be done via the JSON/XML API if the relevant data is exposed.

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          danielbeck Daniel Beck added a comment - This cannot even be implemented, as there's no record which of the checked out URLs were actually configured (and therefore added to SVN_REVISION_xxx environment variables), and which were only pulled in from svn:externals. Also, this request does not account for multiple such locations (which to display? Or all of them?), or mention which builds' should be shown (last successful build? last stable build? last completed build?) The "extra pages" is the main page of the build, usually one click away. And for rarely compiled reports, it's a sensible approach to write a script to extract that information from Jenkins. Could even be done via the JSON/XML API if the relevant data is exposed.
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          fredg Fred G added a comment -

          @Daniel Beck: Thanks for the additional information.

          @Richard Spooner: I'm afraid this request (in it's current form) can't be implemented.
          Nevertheless pull requests/patches are always welcome.

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          fredg Fred G added a comment - @Daniel Beck: Thanks for the additional information. @Richard Spooner: I'm afraid this request (in it's current form) can't be implemented. Nevertheless pull requests/patches are always welcome.

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            • Assignee:
              rspooner Richard Spooner
              Reporter:
              rspooner Richard Spooner
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