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Re: Gitlab CI stuff?
Seems like, it has been almost done and ready for a PR.
What do you think about openning issues for the remaining things and adding
a label (e.g. CI), so that i can pull and fix?
Ian McInerney <Ian.S.McInerney@xxxxxxxx>, 6 Şub 2020 Per, 01:16 tarihinde
> I have been prototyping a CI environment in my fork here:
> https://gitlab.com/imcinerney/kicad/-/tree/im/ci. The times you reported
> aren't actually that bad, we just need to run with a timeout of 3 hours (a
> full rebuild takes ~2 hours in my tests and a partial build can be as fast
> as 45 minutes using CCache). I am getting ready to push this first pass at
> CI to the main repo next week (just needs a couple more tweaks), then I
> will move onto the periodic CI tasks. Note that I have also built Docker
> images that contain all the dependencies we need to compile (the
> install_dependencies.sh script is used to install those on the images), so
> the CI can then just use our docker images instead of having to constantly
> install the dependencies each time (that can take upwards of 10 minutes for
> each image).
> My plan for the CI is:
> * Every merge request gets a compilation run on Fedora 31, which also runs
> the tests and reports the errors to the merge request using the JUNIT
> result file (along with providing the warnings in the compilation as a
> more/less metric)
> * Every master push gets a compilation run on Fedora 31
> * The master branch is periodically compiled and tested on Ubuntu 18.04
> (probably once a day), and we can do this for other linux platforms (such
> as Debian) as needed
> * The same general system will be configured for 5.1 as well (running a
> Fedora 31 compile on push and then a periodic compile on Ubuntu)
> * Windows and OSX will be periodic compiles as well (probably once a day),
> since we don't have as many build resources with those
> * Coverity will run periodically (interval TBD) on the master branch and
> push the results up to the Coverity site
> My builds have been running with scripting support enabled perfectly fine
> on the Fedora 31 container, along with using OCC (since OCE has been
> deprecated in Fedora).
> On Wed, Feb 5, 2020 at 9:58 PM Cihan Mete Bahadır <
> c.mete.bahadir@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Yeah it was me in the dinner Simon :). I have started to try few things,
>> am still working on it.
>> My initial intention is to integrate the automated build checks to Gitlab
>> CI, currently the status is;
>> -- Ubuntu 18.04- too slow currently (~1.5 hour)
>> -- Fedora 31- too slow currently (~1.5 hour)
>> -- MSYS - not ready yet
>> -- MacOS - not ready yet
>> -- KICAD_SCRIPTING=OFF (Due to not handled python version dependency.)
>> and any other meaningful OS's.
>> 2. Next thing is to measure and visualize the test coverage before and
>> after a PR.
>> But a question, there is already a separate CI branch where i got and
>> used the install-dependencies.sh script, so is there a plan to integrate it
>> to Gitlab CI, since i don't want to do something duplicated.
>> So please let me know about the CI road map, if there is any.
>> Simon Richter <Simon.Richter@xxxxxxxxxx>, 5 Şub 2020 Çar, 20:24
>> tarihinde şunu yazdı:
>>> On Wed, Feb 05, 2020 at 10:44:00AM -0600, Adam Wolf wrote:
>>> > I want to rekajigger the Wayne and Layne macOS build machines, and
>>> > I've had luck with other clients adding mac builders using
>>> > gitlab-runner.
>>> FWIW, I'd also like to move over at some point, but Gitlab's permission
>>> model will not allow runners to be configured by anyone with less than
>>> Maintainer status.
>>> One of the people who were at the KiCad dinner is a test engineer, it
>>> also be valuable to get him on board here.
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