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Overview

Apache Tomcat project uses several automated build services provided by Apache Software Foundation. In short, those are:

Apache Gump is used to test integration of Tomcat with latest versions of libraries it depends on. Buildbot and Jenkins are used to perform the usual nighty builds. The Buildbot also builds and publishes documentation snapshots for the currently developed not yet released versions of Tomcat.

Documentation snapshots

The following are links to snapshots of Apache Tomcat documentation, prepared and published by ASF Buildbot, using the latest source code.

Maven snapshot repositories

There are the following Apache Maven repositories that provide binaries for not-yet-released versions of Apache Tomcat

Build results

Buildbot

The following are projects built by ASF Buildbot:

tomcat-10.1.x
tomcat-10.0.x
tomcat-9-trunk
tomcat-8.5.x

Gump

The following are projects built by Apache Gump:

ModuleLinks
tomcat-main
Tomcat 10.1.x
tomcat-10.0.x
Tomcat 10.0.x
tomcat-9.0.x
Tomcat 9.0.x
tomcat-8.5.x
Tomcat 8.5.x
tomcat-native-1.2-1.1.1
Tomcat Native 1.2.x
uses:
OpenSSL 1.1.1[x]
APR 1.6.x
tomcat-native-trunk
Tomcat Native 1.2.x
uses:
OpenSSL master
APR 1.6.x
tomcat-connectors-native
Tomcat Connectors (mod_jk)
uses:
Apache HTTP Server trunk
tomcat-taglibs
Standard Taglib (JSTL 1.2)

TravisCI

Travis CI is being used to test Tomcat builds on ARM64 architecture