Le mar. 20 sept. 2016 à 14:37, Ryan Schmidt <build...@ryandesign.com> a
écrit :

> > On Sep 20, 2016, at 7:23 AM, Georges Racinet <graci...@anybox.fr> wrote:
> >
> > On 09/20/2016 02:17 PM, Pierre Tardy wrote:
> >> Georges,
> >> Anonymous login does not work on that host.
> > Just retested, it works for me, supplying "anonymous" as login, and a
> valid email address as password
> > (I know it's inconvenient, but it's good enough for us for now :-)
> Thanks, that works fine, you just didn't say before that we should supply
> email address as password.
> That waterfall view is a little more familiar to me. Yet, apparently it
> really is intentional that each build is now represented as a single red or
> green rectangle, with no information about the steps shown?

Yes the reason for that is that step information needs to be fetched with
additinal REST calls, which would make it very slow to load.
We have a well separated REST api, so that each entity is on a separate
REST api.
This is in principle a good idea, but in practicle this makes it difficult
to create complex pages showing lots of information.
This is one of the improvement I want to do for next releases to have a way
to still have a generic REST api, but be able to fetch a complete data tree
in one call.

> I have to mouse over each rectangle, then wait a couple seconds, before
> the information about the steps is loaded and displayed? The information
> about the steps is not cached, so when I move the mouse off the rectangle,
> then back onto the rectangle, it has to load the data again? I can click
> the rectangle for a build summary, but it contains no information?

In browser caching was removed from buildbot nine because it added more
problems that resolve. This is also a thing that I want to improve for best

> There is no longer a way to e.g. Command-click a build to load its build
> summary onto a new browser tab or window, so that I can compare multiple
> build summaries side by side or come back to a particular build later?

Indeed this one would be a very simple yet useful improvement.

The home page https://buildbot.anybox.fr/#/ has this purpose of being the
one that you look at.
It is updated in live meaning you dont have to hit refresh all the time.
you can middle click to each build to see the details.

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