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this feature. However, the point of continuous integration is to start
a build as soon as a change is made, to provide a quick feedback to the change.
To do that you need to
- <a href="https://wiki.eclipse.org/Building_a_software_project#Builds_by_changes_in_Subversion.2FCVS">hook up SCM change notification to Hudson.</a>.
+ <a href="https://wiki.eclipse.org/Using_Hudson/Building_a_software_project#Builds_by_changes_in_Git">hook up SCM change notification to Hudson.</a>.
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So, before using this feature, stop and ask yourself if this is really what you want.

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