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2020-06-03ci: log time in every fold start and endStefan Schmidt
Annotating the build log with timings will help us to understand better where the time is spend during the builds and see areas to optimize. Switching over to the "native" bash functions in Travis, so switching all scripts to bash. Signed-off-by: Stefan Schmidt <> Reviewed-by: Marcel Hollerbach <> Differential Revision:
2020-06-02ci: travis: enable efl-one in our all enabled buildStefan Schmidt
After a successful build we run the efl-one test script to see if it drags in unwanted libs. Reviewed-by: Marcel Hollerbach <> Differential Revision:
2020-05-29ci: get rid of all extra asan handlingStefan Schmidt
Now that we have this in meson setup we do not need all the CI script logic here anymore. Reviewed-by: Marcel Hollerbach <> Differential Revision:
2020-03-06ci: make ci work againMarcel Hollerbach
because of some reasons, python now hides in a different PATH, which is not *always* added to the PATH env variable. Reviewed-by: Stefan Schmidt <> Reviewed-by: Mike Blumenkrantz <> Differential Revision:
2019-12-30ci: create a daily build to run with coverage enabled and upload to codecovStefan Schmidt
Summary: For this we bring back a native Linux build on the Travis with Ubuntu bionic. This allows use easy integration with codecov as Travis and Codecov have figured out all details. This means we need to be a bit more careful with our $DIST checks as empty no longer means osx. It could as well be the Linux job. Covergae reports will show up here: We are starting with 36%. Time to improve. :-) Fixes: T7910 Reviewers: bu5hm4n, zmike Reviewed By: zmike Subscribers: cedric Tags: #efl Differential Revision:
2019-12-18ci: refactor the early exit on specific build jobsStefan Schmidt
Should be no functional change only making all early checks a bit shorter. Signed-off-by: Stefan Schmidt <> Reviewed-by: Marcel Hollerbach <> Differential Revision:
2019-11-27ci: travis: add job to build efl and run tests with address sanitizerStefan Schmidt
A first step to have addrress sanitizer coverage on our EFL build. It already catched some use after free errors and memory corruptions. Still we have some limititation how we are running this right now. We currently ignore some leaks that are exposed durign the normal build wile haveing the short living runs of edje_cc, elm_prefs_cc, etc. For now the whole leak detection is disabled on the testsuite as well. This is still very valuable, especially for all non-leak cases it finds, thus we are goign to run this on our daily build. Signed-off-by: Stefan Schmidt <> Reviewed-by: Marcel Hollerbach <> Differential Revision:
2019-11-17ci: remove logic for doing coverity builds only on SaturdayStefan Schmidt
We had this disabled for the release and I think having it run every nice is quite nice to give fast feedback on Coverity issues. Differential Revision: Signed-off-by: Stefan Schmidt <>
2019-09-16ci: travis: let Coverity scan run be executed every night until releaseStefan Schmidt
Normally we only have this running on Saturday, which is fine for the normal development cycle. Being close to a release now I would like to get result updates every day. This will be switched back to weekly after the 1.23 release.
2019-06-25ci: travis: add coverity build job to be run from cronStefan Schmidt
Summary: We finally have regular Coverity Scan runs back to our CI. It gets triggered from the cron jobs on Travis. As we are not able to identify if it comes from a daily or weekly cron build I added a check to only run the scan build on a Saturday so we should have a nice and fresh report on Monday morning in our mailboxes. Reviewers: zmike, bu5hm4n Reviewed By: zmike Subscribers: cedric, #reviewers, #committers Tags: #efl Differential Revision:
2019-06-19ci: rename some travis fold log names and add moreStefan Schmidt
Summary: For an easier to grasp travis output we are using the travis_fold and endfold markers in our scripts. Renaming a few here to match the usage of meson and ninja instead of make. Also adding a few more that have been missing. While we are add it remove a now silly extra mingw conditional. Depends on D9119 Reviewers: zmike, bu5hm4n Reviewed By: zmike Subscribers: cedric, #reviewers, #committers Tags: #efl Differential Revision:
2019-06-19ci: remove no longer needed MAKEFLAGS env variableStefan Schmidt
Summary: This was used to pass to make and is no longer used with ninja. Depends on D9117 Reviewers: zmike, bu5hm4n Reviewed By: zmike Subscribers: cedric, #reviewers, #committers Tags: #efl Differential Revision:
2019-06-19ci: remove autotools-related conditionalsMike Blumenkrantz
these are no longer used by anything Reviewed-by: Stefan Schmidt <> Differential Revision:
2018-11-23ci: here comes ninja!Marcel Hollerbach
this updates the scripts in order to make ninja all / ninja test work as expected. For now there are 2 new jobs options-enabled and options-disabled. mingw and osx will follow in another commit. Benchmarks are disabled for now, as the eina benchmark does not seem to terminate. Differential Revision:
2018-07-30ci: disable built-in make rules and variablesMike Blumenkrantz
these slow down build times and don't benefit us Differential Revision:
2018-07-26ci: add folding for travis logsMike Blumenkrantz
make the build a bit nicer to read the build output is still insanely verbose, so this isn't super useful as the 'pretty' view still takes so long to load that it's almost always better to just read the raw text log Differential Revision:
2018-07-26ci: disable make on release buildsMike Blumenkrantz
make is no longer required for distcheck, so stop doing 2 full tree builds on this build type fixes release builds on travis Differential Revision:
2018-07-26ci: refactor all build steps into separate build scriptsMike Blumenkrantz
this moves each step of the ci build into a separate script with the build type passed as an argument, allowing for easier modification of each individual step as necessary and making travis.yml more readable Differential Revision: also includes: ci: break out make commands into travis.yml from build scripts this simplifies the platform-specific build scripts to only perform the configure stage of the build (and any additional setup) and then uses standardized commands for the build in addition to being simpler, this will also provide more/better info about build timings ref D6603