You could bump a local instance with docker easily then you could test your
changes before applying them to confirm those plugins are safe enough:
There is a plugins.txt file where you can add any specific plugin and its
version and then docker run.
On Friday, 14 October 2016 11:23:35 UTC+1, Jonathan Hodgson wrote:
> I've recently encountered issues because updates to Jenkins and/or plugins
> have broken things that were previously working.
> When my autobuild goes live, this would be bad news indeed.
> So ideally I need to test updates before making them live. Probably
> running a full set of builds over the weekend.
> Does that mean I have to have a second installation of Jenkins and copy
> data over to it?
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