On Wed, 2018-05-23 at 10:03 -0700, Alan Coopersmith wrote: > On 05/23/18 09:40 AM, Philip Withnall wrote: > > On Wed, 2018-05-23 at 16:19 +0200, Christoph Reiter wrote: > > > On Mon, May 21, 2018 at 5:54 PM, Alan Coopersmith > > > <alan.coopersm...@oracle.com> wrote: > > > > On 05/18/18 02:52 AM, Philip Withnall wrote: > > > > > Can anybody else provide and maintain CI runners for other > > > > > platforms? > > > > > > > > Are there instructions somewhere on what's needed to do this? > > > > > > 1) Install the gitlab runner on a server: > > > https://docs.gitlab.com/runner/#install-gitlab-runner > > > > I’m not sure of the latest status of this, but it looks like gitab- > > runner might need some porting work to Solaris to be done before it > > can > > be used. There’s some information about it here: > > > > https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-runner/issues/1764 > > > > > 2) Fork glib on gitlab and register your runner in the forked > > > repo > > > settings > > > 3) Adjust the .gitlab-ci.yml file to add a job using your runner. > > > See > > > Xavier's recent patch for > > > macos for what's roughly needed there: > > > https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=796343 > > > > Additionally, once all that is working, file an ‘infrastructure’ > > issue > > (like https://gitlab.gnome.org/Infrastructure/GitLab/issues/141) to > > get > > a CI token for the runner to be used by GitLab. > > Thanks - I'm not going to have time until after we get Solaris 11.4 > shipped, but hopefully later this year I'll have some time to see if > we can get a Solaris runner set up in the Oracle cloud.
Sure. Whenever you get time, it would be appreciated (and I hope it would reduce your porting workload, in the long run). Let me know when you pick this up, or if you have any questions then. Thanks, Philip
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