[webkit-dev] New Qt buildbots

2010-04-09 Thread Gabor Rapcsanyi

Hi!
We have some stable Qt bots on http://www.sed.hu/webkit/qtbuildbot/ 
which we would like to connect to the Apple buildbot master.


The bot names are:
x86-32 Windows Qt Release   - QtWebKit release build on x86-32 
architecture
x86-32 Windows Qt Debug - QtWebKit debug build on x86-32 
architecture
x86-32 Linux Qt Release Minimal - QtWebKit release build with --minimal 
switch
ARMv7 Linux Qt Release  - QtWebKit release build on ARMv7 
architecture
ARMv5 Linux Qt Release  - QtWebKit release build on ARMv5 
architecture


These bots are stable and only build now, doesn't do any tests yet.
If you have any question about the bots we can discuss here.

Regards,
Gabor

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Re: [webkit-dev] New Qt buildbots

2010-04-09 Thread Eric Seidel
I'm strongly in favor of more builders.

However, it would be nice if the builders on build.webkit.org's
front-page were all builders we were actually supposed to keep green.

Right now Windows, Qt and Gtk builders at build.webkit.org are red and
mostly ignored by the project.  Would these new builders be green, or
mostly ignored like the existing Qt builders?

Perhaps build.webkit.org should have a multi-page setup like how
build.chromium.org does where the main page is builders that are
expected to be green, and other pages are FYI were builders may or
may not always be green.

-eric

On Fri, Apr 9, 2010 at 12:55 AM, Gabor Rapcsanyi rga...@inf.u-szeged.hu wrote:
 Hi!
 We have some stable Qt bots on http://www.sed.hu/webkit/qtbuildbot/ which we
 would like to connect to the Apple buildbot master.

 The bot names are:
 x86-32 Windows Qt Release       - QtWebKit release build on x86-32
 architecture
 x86-32 Windows Qt Debug         - QtWebKit debug build on x86-32
 architecture
 x86-32 Linux Qt Release Minimal - QtWebKit release build with --minimal
 switch
 ARMv7 Linux Qt Release          - QtWebKit release build on ARMv7
 architecture
 ARMv5 Linux Qt Release          - QtWebKit release build on ARMv5
 architecture

 These bots are stable and only build now, doesn't do any tests yet.
 If you have any question about the bots we can discuss here.

 Regards,
 Gabor

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Re: [webkit-dev] New Qt buildbots

2010-04-09 Thread Maciej Stachowiak


On Apr 9, 2010, at 1:02 AM, Eric Seidel wrote:


I'm strongly in favor of more builders.

However, it would be nice if the builders on build.webkit.org's
front-page were all builders we were actually supposed to keep green.

Right now Windows, Qt and Gtk builders at build.webkit.org are red and
mostly ignored by the project.  Would these new builders be green, or
mostly ignored like the existing Qt builders?

Perhaps build.webkit.org should have a multi-page setup like how
build.chromium.org does where the main page is builders that are
expected to be green, and other pages are FYI were builders may or
may not always be green.


I would support a multi-page setup like this.

 - Maciej



-eric

On Fri, Apr 9, 2010 at 12:55 AM, Gabor Rapcsanyi rga...@inf.u-szeged.hu 
 wrote:

Hi!
We have some stable Qt bots on http://www.sed.hu/webkit/qtbuildbot/  
which we

would like to connect to the Apple buildbot master.

The bot names are:
x86-32 Windows Qt Release   - QtWebKit release build on x86-32
architecture
x86-32 Windows Qt Debug - QtWebKit debug build on x86-32
architecture
x86-32 Linux Qt Release Minimal - QtWebKit release build with -- 
minimal

switch
ARMv7 Linux Qt Release  - QtWebKit release build on ARMv7
architecture
ARMv5 Linux Qt Release  - QtWebKit release build on ARMv5
architecture

These bots are stable and only build now, doesn't do any tests yet.
If you have any question about the bots we can discuss here.

Regards,
Gabor

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Re: [webkit-dev] New Qt buildbots

2010-04-09 Thread Gustavo Noronha Silva
On Fri, 2010-04-09 at 01:20 -0700, Maciej Stachowiak wrote:
  Perhaps build.webkit.org should have a multi-page setup like how
  build.chromium.org does where the main page is builders that are
  expected to be green, and other pages are FYI were builders may or
  may not always be green.
 
 I would support a multi-page setup like this.

I would support that as well, given that we have 4 bots, and some of
them are difficult to keep green at all times.

Thanks,

-- 
Gustavo Noronha Silva g...@gnome.org
GNOME Project

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Re: [webkit-dev] New Qt buildbots

2010-04-09 Thread Osztrogonac Csaba

Hi,

Of course we would like to add only very stable bots to build.webkit.org .
The bots in question are two Windows builders (release and debug), one
Linux builder (release with --minimal option, which guards the #ifded
guards) and two ARM-Linux builders (ARMv5, ARMv7).

The URL that Gábor showed wasn't the best one, because you could
also see our experimental (maybe red) layout bots.

Here you can check our stable bots: http://alturl.com/jtc9

These bots have a history of several months, they are stable enough,
and green almost all the time. Flakey tests are irrelevant, because
they are only builder bots and don't run layout test.

Furthermore we agree that a multi-page setup would be more useful,
and things like console view is more scalable than waterfall.

br,
Ossy

Eric Seidel írta:

I'm strongly in favor of more builders.

However, it would be nice if the builders on build.webkit.org's
front-page were all builders we were actually supposed to keep green.

Right now Windows, Qt and Gtk builders at build.webkit.org are red and
mostly ignored by the project.  Would these new builders be green, or
mostly ignored like the existing Qt builders?

Perhaps build.webkit.org should have a multi-page setup like how
build.chromium.org does where the main page is builders that are
expected to be green, and other pages are FYI were builders may or
may not always be green.

-eric

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