On Thu, 4 Dec 2003 15:44:54 -0800
Larry McVoy <lm@...> wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 04, 2003 at 01:45:17PM -0800, cliff white wrote:
> > On Wed, 3 Dec 2003 19:35:35 -0800
> > Larry McVoy <lm@...> wrote:
> > > On Wed, Dec 03, 2003 at 05:20:29PM -0800, Hanna Linder wrote:
> > > > The Mozilla Tinderbox is based on CVS and can do fancy things with
> > > > triggers. The kernel one is not as fancy because they are still
> > > > working out issues with BK.
> > >
> > > If we could get a list of these issues we'll try and see what we can do
> > > to help. My response has been a bit spotty lately, I've needed to take
> > > some personal time, so pinging support@... is more likely to
> > > get you help.
> > We've exchanged some email with support@..., and they've been
> > a great help. Really, there are two things.
> > The first is triggers. The Mozilla tinderbox is driven by triggers from
> > CVS commits. I believe that triggers are resevered for the commercial
> > version of BK.
> That's not true. Trigger support is identical in both versions.
> > However, unlike CVS, BK has a nice way of asking the remote repository
> > if new changes exist, so we really don't need a trigger to tell us when
> > to start a build.
> Right. Your problem is deciding which trees you want to track. There is
> Linus/Marcelo trees but there are probably another 200+ trees of the kernel
> on bkbits.net and who knows how many elsewhere (we've counted over 10,000
> before we stopped counting). Obviously you don't want to track all of those
> but some of them might be interesting.
> > The main issue here is finding the proper syntax for the bkweb url so
> > we get all of the changesets included in the commit. We've recieved a
> > few examples from your support people, and we're using one currently.
> So are there any open issues? The call implied there were.
I don't think there are any open issues for BK. The tinderbox crew still has some
work to do.
> Larry McVoy lm at bitmover.com http://www.bitmover.com/lm
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