# Revision history [back]

Have you taken a look at our wiki on Eclipse-related stuff? You may find that relevant/helpful.

Disclaimer: I don't use Eclipse or Windows, so I don't have an env to test this in.

Assuming you've been git pulling to keep your code up to date, you should be able to just grab the latest successful build via the Integration team's Jenkins job, unzip it on the Linux box and copy the jars you've changed to opendaylight/plugins/.

You may find this script helpful for getting ODL install and running in Linux. Use ./cbench.sh -i to install ODL and its dependencies, or ./cbench.sh -io to install ODL and start it. See ./cbench.sh -h for additional options.

Have you taken a look at our wiki on Eclipse-related stuff? You may find that relevant/helpful.

Disclaimer: I don't use Eclipse or Windows, so I don't have an env to test this in.

Assuming you've been git pulling to keep your code up to date, you should be able to just grab the latest successful build via the Integration team's Jenkins job, unzip it on the Linux box and copy the jars you've changed to opendaylight/plugins/.

You may find this script helpful for getting ODL install installed and running in Linux. Use ./cbench.sh -i to install ODL and its dependencies, or ./cbench.sh -io to install ODL and start it. See ./cbench.sh -h for additional options.