Provide apt-get support for installing the Atlassian Plugin SDK
It used to be possible to install the Atlassian Plugin SDK via apt-get, however after some infrastructure changes this is no longer possible.
This ticket has been created to track interest in bringing back the apt-get installation functionality.
The Atlassian Plugin SDK can now be installed on Debian & Ubuntu machines using the following steps.
Installing the Atlassian Plugin SDK on Debian & Ubuntu machines
On a Debian based Linux like Ubuntu, you first need to download the package, then unpack and install it via dpkg (requires sudo). You can download it using the URL and a web request service like wget or curl.
To download the package,
Open a terminal window and enter the following (replacing X.X.X with the SDK version number you are going to use):
After the prompt returns and the SDK installer has downloaded, use dkpg to unpack and install the SDK:
You can also find it in the updated docs with instructions: https://developer.atlassian.com/server/framework/atlassian-sdk/install-the-atlassian-sdk-on-a-linux-or-mac-system/
Thanks so much guys! Can you please share the URL of the apt repository?
Resolved during spike.
The change also means extra maintenance for vendors on their CI servers. We used to have the Atlassian Plugin SDK installed on our CI boxes via Chef...
Right, I'm watching the page. But now I have to manually run commands to keep up to date where before the updates installed via my standard software update utility in Ubuntu.