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Re: Patch queue and reviewing (Was Re: Generator programs can only be built with optimization enabled?)


Diego Novillo wrote:
> Manuel López-Ibáñez wrote on 06/15/06 05:34:
> 
>> I mean, there is a patch queue, you put your patch or patch
>> set in the queue, it gets bootstrapped and tested as you said on 2-5
>> patforms, then either it passes and a notification is send to the
>>
> Actually, the patch queue only stores the patches.  This idea of
> bootstrapping on 2-5 platforms automatically has not been implemented.
> 

I know, for example, SuSE has such a build farm that is accessible by
email (IE you email patches to it).

If they were willing to let the patchapp submit emails (or xmlrpc or
whatever), and there was a way for it to notify the patchapp about the
results (xmlrpc or http post would be fine), that would be ideal.

I could just add a status column saying what happened with the bootstrap.
--Dan



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