[Opendnssec-develop] The build-bot's commands

John Dickinson jad at sinodun.com
Thu Jan 23 11:34:29 UTC 2014

how about test performance? I am in the middle of developing performance test scripts that will run on titan only. They will be in test-cases-performance.d/


On 23 Jan 2014, at 06:58, Jerry Lundström <jerry at opendnssec.org> wrote:

> Hi,
> These are the build-bot commands that I have thought about so far. I've tried to make something that is very simple and short but covers all our needs.
> build - Build and run all tests
> test - Build and run only the modified tests, if there are no modified tests then run all tests
> merge - Run the build command and merge automatically if successful
> build merge - Same as merge
> test merge - Run the test command and merge automatically if successful
> As some of you might have seen in the pull request is that I have entered "bot build" to start the process. This can of course be changed to something more simple and yesterday Jakob mentioned maybe doing something like hash tags, ex #build #merge etc, and we can change to something like that later on when the process is more finalized.
> Also a note is that there will be fine grain access for each command per repository. This is to make the option available for us to, for example, give every developer access to build/test command so that if you want to you could make a pull request and start the build process to test on every test platform before handing it over to someone else to review and merge.
> Comments/2c?
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