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Release of the Open Build Service, Version 2.9

by OBS Team posted on March 19. 2018

The Build Service Team is happy to announce the release of Open Build Service 2.9! :tada: Among many bug fixes this release comes with a big bunch of features. Thanks to the new image template page you can branch images easily from an existing template and base your further work on it. With the kiwi editor you can further configure your image, add packages, repositories and all kind of things. All this is part of...

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Release of new Image Templates Page

by Björn Geuken posted on May 11. 2017

Today we are happy to announce the new Image Templates Page. What’s that? – You might ask. Just have a look yourself. Click on the newly added ‘New image’ link on the OBS front page. And there it is! The image template page is a place where you can find all kinds of pre-configured KIWI image configurations provided by other users and projects. Are you just about to create a new image for your server...

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Open Build Service Version 2.8 Released

by OBS Team posted on April 07. 2017

The Build Service Team is happy to announce to release of Open Build Service 2.8! We’ve been hard at work to bring you many new features to the UI, the API and the backend. The UI has undergone several handy improvements including the filtering of the projects list based on a configurable regular expresion and the ability to download a project’s gpg key and ssl certificate (also available via the API). The API has been...

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new osc 0.157.1 release

by Marco Strigl posted on March 14. 2017

osc 0.157.1 release We are happy to announce the osc 0.157.1 release. There are a lot of cool new features: add git-like blame command for files multibuild results are shown by default. Behavior can be switched with “osc results –no-multibuild” _constraints can now be prechecked with “osc checkconstraints” worker capabilities and information can be queried with “osc workerinfo” “osc cat/less/blame” also work on checkout packages now added multibuild (-M) to commands new comment command (“osc...

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Identify constraint problems

by the OBS Team posted on October 21. 2016

Blame the constraints! The problem Until now it was not possible to easily identify if the constraints are the reaseon for your job to hang in state scheduled and not switching to building. That caused a lot of confusion for it was not clear what the problem is and if the state would change. The solution Now it is possible to identify such problems. How? If no suitable idle worker was found, the dispatcher periodically...

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Download on Demand (DoD)

by the OBS Team posted on July 05. 2016

Using Download on Demand (DoD) Feature The Download on Demand feature enables you to configure a repository which only download needed packages during build time. Why using DoD? There are several reasons for using a DoD repository: Save disk space: Only needed packages are being downloaded Automatic package updates: Get updates when upstream changes Simple configuration: Configurable in project meta Using DoD on OBS New distributions in build.opensuse.org instance get added using DoD now. This...

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Open Build Service version 2.7 released

by the OBS Team posted on June 06. 2016

We are happy to announce the availability of the Open Build Service Version 2.7! Three large features around the topic of integrating external resources made it into this release. We worked on automatic tracking of moving repositories of development versions like Fedora Rawhide, distribution updates or rolling Linux releases like Arch. A change to the OBS git integration to enable developers to work on continuous builds. And last but not least an experimental KIWI import...

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Beta One of Version 2.7 Released

by the OBS Team posted on April 18. 2016

We are happy to announce the first preview release of the upcoming Open Build Service (OBS) version 2.7. Two highlights that you should check out are the download on demand support which makes it possible to include external software repositories and the new git work flows. Known issues SLE 11 builds are not fixed yet, we are working on it WARNING: OBS 2.7 will be the last release supporting SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 as...

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Open Build Service version 2.6 released

by the OBS Team posted on February 05. 2015

Another year, another release. It's time for the Open Build Service Version 2.6! This release very much focuses on bug fixing. Since OBS 2.5 there have been over 800 commits by 16 contributors, changing 565 files with 7.000 additions and 4,550 deletions. But don't despair we did not only fix bugs, two large features also made it into this release. We worked on the collaboration features of the OBS, requests now support priority and have...

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Open Build Service version 2.5 released

by the OBS Team posted on March 31. 2014

Are you ready for another set of great features for your free software packaging needs? We are with version 2.5. of the Open Build Service(OBS). With this release you can plug OBS into your continuous integration/delivery chain thanks to the new token API that let's you trigger builds from revision control systems like github. 2.5 further merges the Web UI and API into one single Ruby on Rails app, so it is easier for you...

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Open Build Service version 2.4 released

by the OBS Team posted on April 30. 2013

After one whole year of hard work, toil, tears and sweat from all our awesome contributors the latest release of the Open Build Service(OBS) is ready for you. Version 2.4 adds support for yet another package format, secure boot signing and appstream app stores. It also brings a constraint system to better match build hardware to build jobs and includes a lot of speed improvements. OBS 2.4 is the latest, greatest and rock solid release...

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Open Build Service version 2.3.6 released

by the OBS Team posted on October 13. 2012

This release brings some bug fixes which could be considered privacy fixes depending on your setup and expectations. Please find details below. OBS 2.3.6 is published in the openSUSE:Tools project and appliances can be used as usual. ###Feature backports: none ###Changes: api: run the rescale of build monitor statistics hourly api: a package created by submit request took over group roles. Does not happen anymore. ###Bugfixes: webui: fixed default config for api port (https now)...

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new osc 0.136.0 release

by Marcus Hüwe posted on September 27. 2012

osc 0.136.0 release We are happy to announce the osc 0.136.0 release. This release is mostly a bugfix release and contains the following changes: prefer TLS v1.1 or v1.2 if available declined is considered to be an open state (that is “osc rq list” also shows declined requests) added support to move files across packages via “osc mv” (fixes issue #10) show source package name when running “osc se –binary …” fixed encoding detection fixed...

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Open Build Service adds support for Arch Linux

by the OBS Team posted on September 10. 2012

We are happy to announce that the Open Build Service (OBS) is now able to build the package format used by Arch Linux! With this new format you can deliver automatic, consistent and reproducible builds of your software to your users and customers for yet another Free and Open Source Software distribution. In total the OBS now supports 10 base distributions in more than 20 flavors and versions. Last years Google Summer of Code marked...

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Open Build Service version 2.3 released

by the OBS Team posted on May 03. 2012

The Open Build Service(OBS) version 2.3.0 brings new features especially in the Maintenance and Release Management area and is the latest stable maintained version. It is recommended to update to this version to get improved security protections. It is also the first version which comes with official support offerings from B1-Systems backed by SUSE. Major Features OBS 2.3 brings the functionality to maintain a released software product in an efficient and transparent way. This includes...

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OBS 2.1.17 released

by the OBS Team posted on April 12. 2012

Yet another OBS 2.1 release is out there. 2.1.17 brings compatibility with OBS 2.3 instances and has an extra protection layer against programming errors on the rails level. Changes enforce rubygems update to version 2.1.17 Support linking to remote OBS 2.3 package which contains links with vrev attribute Added new default targets for SUSE Linux Enterprise SP1 and SP2 builds Removed RHEL-4 default target (EOL) Additional protection layer against a possible undetect security leak due...

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Build Service team releases new versions fixing security problems

by the OBS Team posted on March 02. 2011

The Open Build Service team has released verison 2.0.8 and 2.1.6. of OBS. Both versions are fixing a critical security leak which can be used to modify projects or packages without having write permission to them. We highly recommend to update your instance of OBS as soon as possible to these new versions. Version 1.7 is not affected by this issue. Thanks to Marcus Hüwe for reporting this issue. Other Fixes in OBS 2.1.6 Additionally...

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Open Build Service 2.1 released

by the OBS Team posted on October 19. 2010

The Open Build Service (OBS) - is  now officially at release 2.1. We're delighted with the improvements in this release, including an enhanced web interface, integration with online code management systems and better access controls. Key Features Enhanced web user interface This iteration has enhanced the web user interface of Open Build Service  with features that were previously only in the osc command line client. It now allows submitting of packages to other projects, showing...

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openSUSE Build Service 1.8 and 2.0 Announced

by the OBS Team posted on June 09. 2010

The openSUSE Project is proud to announce the 1.8 and 2.0 releases of the Open Build Service (OBS). The Open Build Service (OBS) is a generic system to build and distribute binary packages from sources in an automatic, consistent and reproducible way. You can release packages as well as updates, add-ons, appliances and entire distributions for a wide range of operating systems and hardware architectures. It is developed by a talented team of developers as...

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Open Build Service 2.0 Beta1 released

by the OBS Team posted on May 25. 2010

The Open Build Service (OBS) is a generic system to build and distribute binary packages from sources in an automatic, consistent and reproducible way. You can release packages as well as updates, add-ons, appliances and entire distributions for a wide range of operating systems and hardware architectures. It is developed by a talented team of developers as Free Software and is used by many Free and Open Source software projects, companies and researchers. Including but...

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Open Build Service 1.7 released

by Adrian Schröter posted on February 09. 2010

Today the team released the latest version of the Open Build Service, a tool that provides software developers with the ability to create and release software for openSUSE, SUSE Linux Enterprise and other Linux distributions, including Fedora, Red Hat, Mandriva, Debian and Ubuntu. The Open Build Service allows developers to create packages, software stacks or even whole distributions as well as use and integrate them with other open source components. This release brings beside bug...

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openSUSE Build Service 1.7 RC 1

by Adrian Schröter posted on February 04. 2010

We are happy to announce that we have reached a state which can be considered as final version of 1.7.0. No more changes, except for the version number are planned until 1.7.0 final release next week. We fixed a number of issues since beta 3, especially: references to static.opensuse.org got removed initial Kiwi 4.1 support attribute handling fixes various runtime error exceptions patchinfo handling The release is available as version 1.6.99 in the openSUSE:Tools:Unstable project...

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Open Build Service 1.7 Beta 2 released

by the OBS Team posted on January 18. 2010

This release is now feature complete and also the API should be final by now. Biggest changes since beta 1 are: Switch to Ruby on Rails 2.3.5 The branch call is doing full copies of packages now, not just _link files anymore Repository status + dirty flag is calculated and displayed in the web interface (and with osc 0.125) many bugfixes esp. in api and webui Workers can get auto configured via SLP. This release...

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Open Build Service 1.5 Released

by Joe Brockmeier posted on March 19. 2009

The team is proud to announce the 1.5 release of the openSUSE Build Service. This release takes developers beyond just building packages. You can now build your own distribution using the Open Build Service! The 1.5 release makes it possible to build entire releases within the build service and export ISO images and FTP trees. All users can create images locally using "osc build," and permission can be granted to build images using the hosted...

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openSUSE Build Service 1.0 Released

by Joe Brockmeier posted on July 09. 2008

The openSUSE Project is proud to announce the 1.0 release of the Open Build Service. The 1.0 release provides all the features necessary to support building openSUSE in the public build systems and allowing direct contributions to openSUSE from all contributors. Developers can now submit contributions to openSUSE directly at build.opensuse.org. The Open Build Service allows developers to create and maintain packages for openSUSE and many other Linux distributions, including CentOS, Debian, Fedora, Mandriva, Red...

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Open Build Service 1.0 Release Candidate 1 released

by Joe Brockmeier posted on June 11. 2008

We have released the first release candidate of the Open Build Service 1.0. With the release candidate, all the features are now in place to support collaboration to build distributions in the open. The Open Build Service has offered a simple collaboration system since its inception for groups to work closely together on packages or solutions stacks. The 1.0 RC 1 release improves on existing functionality to allow the Build Service to scale to larger...

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Open Build Service 0.9 Released

by Adrian Schröter posted on April 16. 2008

We are proud to announce another major release of the Open Build Service (OBS). This release brings a new level to OBS scalability by adding the ability for OBS instances to interact. The 0.9 release will help grow a world-wide network of build service instances. OBS instances can automatically interact with each other and reuse projects residing on other OBS instances. New installations of OBS are automatically configured to work with the main openSUSE Build...

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Open Build Service 0.5 (Poinsettia) Released

by the OBS Team posted on December 21. 2007

The openSUSE project releases the version 0.5 of the openSUSE Build Service. This code drop does provides the same functionality as on build.opensuse.org the first time as official tar ball release. OBS 0.5 provides the complete infrastructure to build single hardware architecture distributions. System images can be created via KIWI. Overview of enhancements in OBS 0.5: Improved repository generation. Repositories get generated out of process of the scheduler. This makes the scheduler faster and more...

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Updated Roadmap Published

by Klaas Freitag posted on October 16. 2007

An updated Roadmap for the Open Build Service has been published. It outlines the development targets until the fourth quarter of 2008. Please understand the dates as target estimations, but not as guaranteed dates. Some functionality might arrive earlier, while other features may need some more time. If you would like to see features available earlier we are also very happy to help you to start working on any of these functionalities yourself. If youre...

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