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[[ImageJ]] and [[SciJava]] projects are in the process of transitioning from [[Jenkins]] to AppVeyor for [[Windows]] builds. Stay tuned.
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Most [[ImageJ]] and [[SciJava]] builds use [[Travis CI]]. However, for Windows-specific builds, AppVeyor is used.
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See e.g. the [https://ci.appveyor.com/project/scijava/imagej-launcher ImageJ Launcher] build.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 09:59, 9 July 2019

Development
Topics
Overview
Philosophy
Architecture
Source code
Project management
Coding style
Debugging
Tools
GitHub
Git
Maven
IDEs
Travis
AppVeyor
Dotfiles
Guides
Writing plugins
ImageJ Ops
Contributing to a plugin
Distributing your plugins
Development lifecycle
Building a POM
Developing with Eclipse
Hands-on debugging
Adding new ops
Adding new formats
Using native libraries
Tips for developers
Tips for C++ developers
ImageJ 1.x plugins
Versioning
Logging
Uber-JARs

AppVeyor is a tool for continuous integration on Windows platforms. It is very useful for automating builds, deployment and other tasks.

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Services

Most ImageJ and SciJava builds use Travis CI. However, for Windows-specific builds, AppVeyor is used.

See e.g. the ImageJ Launcher build.