Quoting Jan Scotka (2017-06-16 17:27:48) > > > It would be awesome if I could execute a command locally which would > > trigger > > testing process inside taskotron. This way I could make sure the tests get > > picked up correctly -- I definitely don't want to do rebuilds just for > > sake of > > trying out tests. > > > > It would be nice to be able to retrigger tests for build again. (some fake > fedora message) or similar way, but at lest you have to have there some > module build, because it dowloads packages for this build. Second issue is > that it clone dist-git and checkout to SCM stored in PDC, so in case you > will change tests, it sill use version what is in exact commit. so that > unable to use it for test debigging, but it would be nice to be able to do > that. > Actually it is possible to do that on your machine and use same way as > taskotron does. > My initial idea were to use latests bits of tests but after discussion with > contyk, we've decided to use version of tests same as build. it make sense.
The way I envision this is that the test would be invoked via taskotron's API, something like: $ taskotron trigger --koji-build=<ID> <dist-git-hash> The CLI tool would contact taskotron's API and would submit a new test run. For me, it's an implementation detail whether tests are triggered via fedmsg or invoked directly via an API call. Tim, Kamil: does taskotron have such API? Tomas _______________________________________________ devel mailing list -- email@example.com To unsubscribe send an email to devel-le...@lists.fedoraproject.org