Exist Maestro is an open source build management platform with the following open source projects:
If you are new to Exist Maestro, it is recommended that you read the first five documents in the order they are listed here and the rest can be read in any order desired:
Maestro Getting Started Guide - This document is a quick-start installation and running guide for Maestro. It contains instructions for downloading, installing, configuring, and running the Maestro distribution on Mac, UNIX, and Windows for both source and binary distributions.
Release Notes - This document lists all the enhancements, fixes, and open issues for Maestro.
Overview of Maestro - This document explains what Maestro is, what it does, and gives the philosophy and general use cases behind the Maestro product.
Maestro Project Server User Guide - This document is a how-to guide for the Maestro Project Server (MPS). It provides information on the Continuous Integration Server (Apache Continuum) and on the Artifact Repository Management Server (Apache Archiva) that make up the MPS. It also discusses how to automate your release management tasks using the Maestro Project Server.
Configuring Maestro for Apache - This document discusses how to configure Maestro to work in conjunction with Apache and SSL.
Configuring Maestro Across Multiple Servers - This document discusses how to configure Maestro to work with Build Management (Continuum) and the Artifact Repository (Archiva) on separate servers.
Configuring Maestro to Build Equinox - This document is a how-to guide for using Maestro to build a sample application. As the guide leads you through the steps to build Equinox, it will also show you the details of how a typical project is built.
Configuring Maestro to Build Jetty - This document is a how-to guide for using Maestro to build a multi-module sample application. As the guide leads you through the steps to build Jetty, it will also show you the details of how a complex project is built.
Better Builds with Maven - This is a comprehensive how-to guide that covers using Maven 2 to better manage the build, test and release cycles associated with software development.
NPanday .NET Build Tool - This document explains how to install, configure, and use Visual Studio with the NPanday .NET Build Tool.
Using Eclipse with Maestro - This document provides instructions on installing the Maven plugin for the Eclipse integrated development environment.
For a complete list of Maestro Plugins please visit the Maestro Plugins section of the Maestro Getting Started Guide.
For more details about Maven and the Maestro Project Server, please see:
For information about the latest happening in the Apache Maven community, Eclipse IAM and other activities, visit http://maestrodev.com/forum.
For support contact us at: http://maestrodev.com/what-we-do