> On Nov 2, 2016, at 00:20, Mojca Miklavec <mo...@macports.org> wrote:
> On 2 November 2016 at 06:17, Jeremy Huddleston Sequoia wrote:
>> I've been having a bit of difficulty dealing with the new buildbot emails.  
>> I would really like links to the individual failing jobs.  Instead, we're 
>> given links to each job and a list of failed ports, but there is no 
>> indication as to which port corresponds to which job.  One must look 
>> thorough each link to find the relevant one.
>> Could we get those links added to the 'Broken ports' section?
> Sure. We gladly accept patches :) :) :)
> OK, joke aside. I wrote the part of the code that generates the
> emails, but I did not manage to figure out how to map the build
> number/url to a port. Buildbot nine is apparently more clever about
> that and there it should apparently be more straightforward to do it,
> but many are reluctant to switch just yet.
> There are several ways to fix this:
> - hack into Python code (most elegant, but I did not have any success
> with that yet)
> - I once tried to fetch the contents of json files for individual
> builds and parse it, but that crashed/froze the buildbot (it might be
> that I wrote buggy code, but that approach is super ugly anyway)
> - probably the easiest workaround would be to print the URL or the
> build number to
> https://build.macports.org/builders/ports-10.8_x86_64_legacy-watcher/builds/2764/steps/summary/logs/stdio
> which would make it easier to map the URLs to ports.
> Somewhat related tickets:
>   https://trac.macports.org/ticket/52766
>   https://trac.macports.org/ticket/51995

FYI, My current hack method is to open the 'Full logs:' link, check out the 
summary, and then figure out from that list which of the job's to check (if the 
third job failed, pick the link with the third number in the series).


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