I now have no way to even test macosx builds for kdiff3, I have no access to a 64bit Intel mac. What are the plans for this and Windows builds. I have a functional windows based craft installed locally.
Sep 3, 2022 12:47:06 AM Ben Cooksley <bcooks...@kde.org>: > On Sat, Aug 27, 2022 at 9:44 PM Ben Cooksley <bcooks...@kde.org> wrote: >> Hi all, >> >> This evening I completed the necessary setup required to complete our Gitlab >> CI dashboards, which can now be found at >> https://metrics.kde.org/dashboards/f/aNxvXJW4k/gitlab-ci (KDE Developer >> account login required) >> >> These allow any developer to get a view on the current CI status of projects >> and groups of projects on a branch and platform basis - and should hopefully >> provide useful insight into the overall status that can currently be >> obtained from Jenkins. >> >> As this was the last thing holding us back from shutting down >> build.kde.org[http://build.kde.org], i'd like to proceed with retiring and >> shutting down build.kde.org[http://build.kde.org] as soon as possible so the >> capacity it occupies can be released and reallocated to Gitlab. > > As previously indicated, I have now shutdown > build.kde.org[http://build.kde.org] along with the domain that supported it's > version of the CI tooling. > The repository containing that tooling has now also been archived, and the > former build.kde.org[http://build.kde.org] domain has been redirected to > metrics.kde.org[http://metrics.kde.org]. > > The server which was acting as a builder for > build.kde.org[http://build.kde.org] will be rebuilt in the coming days and > reallocated to support Gitlab CI workloads. > >> >> If anyone would like to experiment with customised views for their own >> purposes (where the above provided ones are insufficient) please file a >> Sysadmin ticket. >> >> Please let me know if there are any questions on the above. >> >> Thanks, >> Ben > > Thanks, > Ben
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