2015-11-21 19:57 GMT+01:00 Christoffer Holmstedt <
2015-09-13 19:34 GMT+02:00 Johan Engelen
> On 21-8-2015 1:52, Bryce Harrington wrote:
> > On Thu, Aug 20, 2015 at 09:32:13PM +0200, Johan Engelen wrote:
> >> Hi Tav,
> >> There's some text here:
> >> http://wiki.inkscape.org/wiki/index.php/Jenkins_server_setup
> >> The jobs are set up pretty straightforward, I think. The bzr_up job
> >> first (every day, if bzr has a new commit), and then the other jobs
> >> trigger when bzr up finishes.
> >> The Jenkins admin will need an ssh login to the server. Bryce can help
> >> arrange that.
> >> I can help get things running next week somewhere. And I can come to
> >> to help out whoever wants to take up the task. The task is low-effort I
> >> think. Perhaps Joakim is interested.
> > I obtained a big space upgrade from OSUOSL last month. I had started
> > experimenting with getting coverity on it, but there wasn't adequate
> > space, and couldn't actually add it. But I notice all that space is
> > filled up again already, so presumably other stuff needs better gargage
> > collection done.
> I've fixed the space issue. Jenkins is up and running again.
> Now (most) jobs will only retain the results and artifacts of the last
> 20 builds (increase when you need more).
> I also upgraded to clang-3.6, for perhaps improved static analysis
> results. The number of bugs dramatically reduced since last build.
> Either because of great work on the code, or because of clang3.6.
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Does anyone have any plans for Jenkins within Inkscape project right now?
I've tried out Jenkins and jenkins-workflow plugin last week in another
project and it might be a good path to take with Inkscape as well. Two main
benefits as I see it; (1) move job specification to Groovy script located
in the Inkscape source and (2) be able to reduce the number of jobs in
Jenkins (easier management). Following the Jenkins development the
"Workflow" mindset seems to be the big thing looking forward, especially
for Jenkins 2.0.
Shared workspaces are used for the jobs currently defined. Is it to only
have to checkout one copy of the Inkscape source?
I would like to help out with Jenkins/build server administration, my
jenkins user id is "christoffer".
This is bump to my previous question from the 21st of November. Anyone?