[Buildbot-devel] BuildBot for Summer of Code
mpauley at apple.com
Tue May 2 17:09:42 UTC 2006
I think that testing build results would be best done from a test step.
I have some ideas:
Allowing buildbot to manage several sources that may or may not be in
the same VCS repository (so that buildbot doesn't trigger all builders
when only a subset of builders need be triggered).
Adding asynchronous updating of the waterfall page via AJAX.
Creating some way to zoom to the failed test in the test log. I'm
about to write an html resource that filters test output to do
something like this.
Creating some way to persistently store and display performance-test
On Apr 29, 2006, at 5:24 PM, Neal Norwitz wrote:
> Hi Karl.
> One thing I'd like to see is a better display of results for python.
> This msg has most of the info:
> I have some other ideas for improving buildbot wrt python's usage. I
> don't know if these would go back into the buildbot core or not.
> Ideally they would, but that would depend on Brian.
> On 4/29/06, Karol Pietrzak <kap4020 at rit.edu> wrote:
>> My name is Karl, and I'm really interested in doing BuildBot for
>> the Google
>> Summer of Code.
>> I'm wondering what kind of things there are to do for buildbot. I
>> didn't see
>> a TODO, but here's a few things I came up with:
>> - improvements in waterfall display (CSS, XHTML, etc.)
>> - GUI for configuration
>> Anyone have any ideas?
>> Karl Pietrzak
>> kap4020 at rit.edu
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