digiKam no longer on Jekins?
freisim93 at gmail.com
Mon Jun 26 10:21:21 BST 2017
I don't find a link, but it is the message below. I wasn't aware of the
digiKam project using CI at the time, so I ignored it:
On 10/06/17 07:05, Ben Cooksley wrote:
> Next week we will be introducing the new Continuous Integration system.
> It can currently be found at https://build-sandbox.kde.org/
> Prior to the switch over taking place, all developers are *strongly*
> encouraged to check the status of their builds and tests. You will
> also need to check the dependencies which have been installed.
> This can be done by reviewing the build logs and other information
> displayed by Jenkins for your project.
> If your project is in Extragear and you have not previously requested
> for your coverage to be continued then you will likely need to request
> Additionally, if you have previously requested for email alerts to be
> provided, these will need to be re-requested.
> The new system among other things has the option to provide both
> FreeBSD and Windows builds. If you are interested in this for your
> application, please file a Sysadmin request.
> Note that in the case of Windows builds you'll need to provide
> assistance in getting builds functional for everything above
> Frameworks to your application in the event it depends on other KDE
> In regards to Qt 4 support, this has been discontinued. Only KF5 / Qt
> 5 builds are supported from this point onward.
On 26/06/17 11:08, Gilles Caulier wrote:
> Hi Ben,
> I just check my email history with Gmail search engine, and i cannot
> find a message from you about the CI changes... I also take a look to
> spam, in case of, and there is nothing about. This is why you never
> recieve a message (:=)))...
> Do you have a link to the original mail ?
> Gilles Caulier
> 2017-06-26 0:20 GMT+02:00 Ben Cooksley <bcooksley at kde.org>:
>> On Mon, Jun 26, 2017 at 9:50 AM, Gilles Caulier
>> <caulier.gilles at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hi Veaceslav,
>> Hi Gilles, Veaceslav,
>>> This is a good question. Nobody touch Jenkins settings from here. All
>>> is managed by KDE admin.
>>> There is no reason to not see digiKam on Jenkins. It's certainly an
>>> error somewhere...
>> It isn't an error. I have made repeated announcements on various
>> mailing lists over the past few weeks, including one last week to
>> kde-cvs-announce (which all Developers receive) concerning important
>> changes to the CI system.
>> One of these changes concerned the coverage of Extragear projects. All
>> of the emails had repeated notices saying your attention was required.
>> Nobody from Digikam responded to any of these.
>> I'd suggest you have a read of those emails.
>>> I recommend to contact KDE admin through KDE Phabricator. There is a
>>> way to report a dysfunction like this. An "admin task" must be open
>>> (not a simple task). It's here :
>>> 2017-06-25 21:12 GMT+02:00 Veaceslav Munteanu <veaceslav.munteanu90 at gmail.com>:
>>>> Hello developers,
>>>> I saw that quite some tests are failing for a very long time.
>>>> I decided to fix what can be fixed, so we could take better advantage of jekins.
>>>> However I am not able to find digiKam anymore on build.kde.org
>>>> Does anybody knows anything?
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