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authorStefan Schmidt <stefan@datenfreihafen.org>2020-06-15 05:34:36 -0700
committerwww-data <www-data@enlightenment.org>2020-06-15 05:34:36 -0700
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11## Git push CI Pipeline ## 11## Git push CI Pipeline ##
12 12
13Here is what happens when you push a change to e.org/efl.git: 13Here is what happens when you push a change to e.org/efl.git:
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14 - A git hook on the server will push out the new changes to our GitHub mirror instantly 15 - A git hook on the server will push out the new changes to our GitHub mirror instantly
15 - GitHub notifies Travis CI on repo changes 16 - GitHub notifies Travis CI on repo changes
16 - Travis takes the latest change (all commits in one push, not individual commits) and starts a build 17 - Travis takes the latest change (all commits in one push, not individual commits) and starts a build
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28## Daily cron CI Pipeline ## 29## Daily cron CI Pipeline ##
29 30
30The daily cron job is running (~ 17:30 CEST, but Travis is not strict on this time). The cron job takes the current HEAD of master at the time the job starts. In addition to the 6 jobs we have for every build the cron jobs add 11 more to a total of 17 jobs: 31The daily cron job is running (~ 17:30 CEST, but Travis is not strict on this time). The cron job takes the current HEAD of master at the time the job starts. In addition to the 6 jobs we have for every build the cron jobs add 11 more to a total of 17 jobs:
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31 * A release ready job which runs a full ninja dist 33 * A release ready job which runs a full ninja dist
32 * 3 Linux distro builds (Ubuntu latest, Ubuntu LTS, Debian stable) 34 * 3 Linux distro builds (Ubuntu latest, Ubuntu LTS, Debian stable)
33 * Coverity Scan run and upload for analysis -> mail to e-devel for newly detected issues 35 * Coverity Scan run and upload for analysis -> mail to e-devel for newly detected issues