[Buildbot-devel] Use names instead of content for shell commands
lorenz at testingtech.de
Wed Apr 12 09:22:20 UTC 2006
maybe i'm just overlooking something, but what advantage does this
solution have over just setting the 'description' and 'descriptiondone'
properties of a buildstep?
Niklaus Giger wrote:
> On http://ngiger.dyndns.org/buildbot/ for the Xenomai project
> I patched buildbot like this:
> looking for arch at buildbot.sf.net--2004/buildbot--dev--0--patch-487 to compare
> * comparing to arch at buildbot.sf.net--2004/buildbot--dev--0--patch-487: . done.
> * modified files
> --- orig/buildbot/status/html.py
> +++ mod/buildbot/status/html.py
> @@ -942,7 +942,7 @@
> urllib.quote(b.getBuilder().getName(), safe=''),
> urllib.quote(self.original.getName(), safe=''))
> - text = self.original.getText()
> + text = [self.original.getName()]
> if text is None:
> log.msg("getText() gave None", urlbase)
> text = 
> Now I get for my shell commands names like "configure_kernel" instead
> of the the (way too long) command. However if I put a space into the name of
> my shell script as in "prepare slave" it resolves to a HTTP reference like
> Before digging too long into the source code to generate a test case and fix
> the errors, I would like to ask, whether this change would be welcomed.
> Best regards
> Niklaus Giger
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