[Development] GitHub Pull requests

Konstantin Tokarev annulen at yandex.ru
Sun Mar 15 03:36:47 CET 2020

15.03.2020, 05:30, "Thiago Macieira" <thiago.macieira at intel.com>:
> On Saturday, 14 March 2020 09:11:39 EST Konstantin Tokarev wrote:
>>  My feeling about the last item is quite opposite:
>>  * UI cuts long lines, when I wanted to check if specific compiler flag is
>>  actually in use, and of course it was beyond "..."
>>  * UI doesn't allow using built-in search of browser, and their search is
>>  really sluggish * Overall experience is quite sluggish, even in Chrome -
>>  looks like this thing wasn't meant to handle large logs efficiently.
>>  * When build finishes, and you need to check log of certain stage, UI forces
>>  you to scroll its content from very beginning, loading lines incrementally
> That's not different from reading source in GitHub. On my 4K 27" monitor in
> the office, the code occupies the central third of the screen, horizontally. I
> always have to scroll sideways (and unlike Qt-based applications, Chrome does
> not scroll horizontally when you hold Alt while using the mouse wheel). The
> raw form is useful in those cases.
>>  So, the only thing which really works is "raw log". It's approximately the
>>  same what Coin provides to external users. The only benefit is that with
>>  GitHub Actions you still can get an idea of overall progress of build,
>>  while in Coin you just have to wait with fingers crossed.
> https://testresults.qt.io/coin/

Results are uploaded there only after build finishes. Before that, build progress 
can only be seen on internal site.


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