the former indicates any commits to this PR will cause a new build to happen. The latter is one time only.
On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 3:48 PM, Phil Sorber <sor...@apache.org> wrote: >> "ok to test" to accept this pull request for testing >> "test this please" for a one time test run > > What is the difference between these two? > > On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 3:46 PM Volz, Dylan (Contractor) < > dylan_v...@comcast.com> wrote: > >> Perhaps it could check for WIP prefix to prevent noisy(?) failures on >> incomplete work? >> >> On 8/8/17, 3:39 PM, "Dan Kirkwood" <dang...@apache.org> wrote: >> >> Hi all... We have projects in the Apache Jenkins server under this >> folder: https://builds.apache.org/view/S-Z/view/TrafficControl/ >> >> I've added a new project there to build new PR: >> >> https://builds.apache.org/view/S-Z/view/TrafficControl/job/incubator-trafficcontrol-PR/ >> >> Details below, and also documented in the description at the top of >> that page. >> >> Questions/Concerns? Please follow up to the dev mailing list here. >> >> -dan >> >> --------------------------------------------- >> When a new pull request is opened in the project, it will build >> automatically if the author is already whitelisted. >> >> If the author is not white-listed, builder will ask (in PR comments) >> "Can one of the admins verify this patch?". Any committer can respond >> in the PR comments: >> >> "ok to test" to accept this pull request for testing >> "test this please" for a one time test run >> "add to whitelist" to add the author to the whitelist >> >> If the build fails for other various reasons you can rebuild: >> >> "retest this please" to start a new build >> >> >> >>