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{{DevelopMenu | tools}}{{Minibox | logo=Jenkins.png | blurb='''Jenkins:''' Serving the ImageJ community, 2010 - 2017!}}ImageJ has a [http://jenkins.imagej.net/ Jenkins server]: a continuous integration system which automatically checks the code for build and test errors.
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{{DevelopMenu | tools}}{{Minibox | logo=Jenkins.png | blurb='''Jenkins:''' Serving the ImageJ community, 2010 - 2019!}}ImageJ had a Jenkins server: a continuous integration system which automatically checked the code for build and test errors. As of 2019, the [[ImageJ]] and [[SciJava]] projects have transitioned to [[Travis CI]] and [[AppVeyor]] for CI services.
 
 
{{Notice | ImageJ and SciJava projects are in the midst of transitioning to [[Travis CI]] and [[AppVeyor]] for CI services. When this transition is complete, the ImageJ Jenkins server will be retired.}}
 
 
 
The ImageJ Jenkins currently performs a small number of key services:
 
 
 
* [https://jenkins.imagej.net/job/Synchronize-and-deploy-IJ1/ Automatic deployment of ImageJ 1.x] and [https://jenkins.imagej.net/job/ImageJ1-releases/ building of installers for ImageJ 1.x].
 
* [https://jenkins.imagej.net/job/Stable-Fiji-Java-8/ Building the latest Fiji download bundles].
 
 
 
For an up-to-date list, see the [https://jenkins.imagej.net/view/Active/ list of active Jenkins jobs].
 
  
 
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Jenkins: Serving the ImageJ community, 2010 - 2019!
ImageJ had a Jenkins server: a continuous integration system which automatically checked the code for build and test errors. As of 2019, the ImageJ and SciJava projects have transitioned to Travis CI and AppVeyor for CI services.