Backporting H-uru changes to OU

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Re: Backporting H-uru changes to OU

Post by JWPlatt » Wed May 30, 2012 9:11 pm

Wow, that was fast. How cool is that?

Thanks rarified!
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Re: Backporting H-uru changes to OU

Post by Lyrositor » Wed May 30, 2012 9:43 pm

Thanks rarified! :D

I'm afraid your speed will go to waste for now, though, since I'm in kind of a mess with my branches. :? I'm figuring it out, though.

EDIT: Spoke too soon, I think I found a great technique! I've now got a clean branch and the appropriate PRs set up. First up, AFK clickables! Now to call my butler... :)

EDIT 2: Uhm... How do you start a build? :oops:

EDIT 3: Also, how do I tell it which branch to build?
And I forgot to specify the right build ID (912).
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Re: Backporting H-uru changes to OU

Post by rarified » Wed May 30, 2012 11:01 pm

Right now it is configured to build the default branch (i.e. tip).

I can make the branch name configurable if that would make things easier.

Normally builds start as soon as Jenkins notices your repository has changed (on the branch it's building). It checks every 10 minutes.

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Edit: I just changed your branch to clickables-afk and started a build
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Re: Backporting H-uru changes to OU

Post by Skoader » Wed May 30, 2012 11:26 pm

rarified wrote:It's time for me to remind folks that the foundry has the ability to use source code from repositories other than just those located on the foundry and maintained by OU.
Could I please have this setup for my CWE-ou repo?

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Re: Backporting H-uru changes to OU

Post by rarified » Wed May 30, 2012 11:30 pm

Skoader wrote:Could I please have this setup for my CWE-ou repo?
Sure, give me a few minutes, and also post a branch or tag name you want to identify the source branch to use for the build.

Edit: Let's standardize before we get too crazy with names. Could you create a tag or branch named "foundrybuild" that will be used when Jenkins checks out from your repository. Lyrositor, could you do the same, please?
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Re: Backporting H-uru changes to OU

Post by Lyrositor » Thu May 31, 2012 12:13 am

Okay, I'm a bit busy tonight, but I'll do it as soon as I can.
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Re: Backporting H-uru changes to OU

Post by Skoader » Fri Jun 01, 2012 5:54 am

rarified wrote:Could you create a tag or branch named "foundrybuild" that will be used when Jenkins checks out from your repository.
Done.

Thanks rarified!

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Re: Backporting H-uru changes to OU

Post by Lyrositor » Fri Jun 01, 2012 12:12 pm

rarified wrote:Could you create a tag or branch named "foundrybuild" that will be used when Jenkins checks out from your repository.
Uh, here too! :D Sorry, I forgot to mention it, I've been having trouble using hg-git.
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Re: Backporting H-uru changes to OU

Post by rarified » Fri Jun 01, 2012 3:05 pm

You both are set up, and your first builds have completed successfully.

Lyrositor, your project's main Jenkins page is at http://foundry.openuru.org/hudson/view/ ... r-Compile/.

Skoader, your project's main Jenkins page is at http://foundry.openuru.org/hudson/view/ ... r-Compile/. Ignore the fact your first build is marked Unstable -- it was a configuration error that marked it that way when the log parser found warnings in the compiler output. Subsequent builds will not be marked that way.

As I mentioned above, on the home page you should select the "default" configuration link to go to the job that compiled your code on the Win2k3Builder build environment. From there select one of the builds from your build history (artifacts will be available for the most recent two builds), and you can see the output from the compilation/build, retrieve your built files. If you log into Jenkins with your foundry credentials you will be able to see more details about your projects, as well as manually schedule a new build if you should like to do so.

Jenkins is polling Bitbucket every 10 minutes, so if a change is detected in your repository (i.e. if you created a "foundrybuild" branch and commited changes to that branch, or if you moved the "foundrybuild" tag to a new commit in your repository) Jenkins will automatically start a new build.

Let me know if you have questions, or if something doesn't appear to be working right. These builds are done exactly the same as the Minkata build (same libraries, same toolsets), except that none of the Minkata-specific patches are being applied.

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Re: Backporting H-uru changes to OU

Post by Lyrositor » Fri Jun 01, 2012 3:21 pm

Shouldn't these be made into internal builds, so that we can actually test them beyond just letting them compile?
EDIT: Dumb question: are they already internal builds?
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