[Development] Becoming a Tier 1 platform and the CI System
syntheticpp at gmx.net
Thu Jun 7 13:28:31 CEST 2012
On 07.06.2012 08:35, Rohan McGovern wrote:
> Molkentin Daniel (Nokia-MP/Berlin) said:
>>> It means that the current CI infrastructure is operated by Nokia and
>>> can't have build nodes plugged in from outside of Nokia premises. So,
>>> if you need to manage your own build nodes, there is currently no way to
>>> integrate with the Qt Project CI system. Fixing this is a significant
>>> project which I am not aware of anyone currently working on :(
>> How likely/far away is it that we can switch from Pulse to Jenkins for CI? Because in that case, we could federate CI builds.
> Nobody is working on it, so at the current rate of work, it is
> infinitely far away :)
Isn't thinking and discussion about also some kind of work?
So work > 0 and 1/work < infinity ;)
>> Given that the actual logic should be shell/perl/python scripts, this should be doable, right?
> The scripts which have the logic for testing are not at all Pulse
> specific and can already be used successfully in Jenkins, or any other
> decent CI tool.
> The glue between gerrit and Pulse would have to be rewritten to support
> Jenkins, but this is small (and that code is long overdue a complete
> I don't think it matters much which one of these tools is used at that
> layer, they're all pretty similar.
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