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Quality Assurance Tinderbox (build packages on commit and report failures)
ixSystems maintains for FreeBSD: The Quality Assurance Tinderbox. "QAT
is a tinderbox that builds ports based on commits to the FreeBSD ports tree
and then generates automated notifications of failures. Currently QAT
runs on a single FreeBSD server running 8.0-RELEASE amd64."
The website with reports is at:
An example of an email from it:
Reports and automated notifications of failures on-commit for pkgsrc
seems like a great idea. Why wait for someone to report a bug or do a
long bulk build when we can find out quickly (days versus minutes)?
Do we have resources for this? If not, anyone interested in doing on
Does anyone do anything like this already?
Do any of the bulk build frameworks support updating CVS and building a
specific package on commit? What about doing many separate builds
(I have been doing on-commit builds and tests that emails on failures
for a non-pkgsrc project I have been working on for a few months. It
appears to be useful for me and the other developers.)
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