On 09/20/2016 04:25 PM, Pierre Tardy wrote:
> its actually not hidden in the waterfall, this is why I noticed it.
> So if its hidden with hideStepIf, then it makes sense.
Yes, it is :

            factory.addStep(ShellCommand(command=['bzr', 'init-repo', '..'],
                                         name="bzr repo",
                                         description="init bzr repo",

so actually, it's a (minor) bug of the waterfall, isn't it ?

> Le mar. 20 sept. 2016 à 15:57, Georges Racinet <graci...@anybox.fr
> <mailto:graci...@anybox.fr>> a écrit :
>     On 09/20/2016 03:04 PM, Pierre Tardy wrote:
>>     Le mar. 20 sept. 2016 à 14:23, Georges Racinet
>>     <graci...@anybox.fr <mailto:graci...@anybox.fr>> a écrit :
>>         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 :-)
>>     ah good old email address as password. Chrome does not implement :)
>>     I only tried empty password
>>     BTW is this a bug on buildbot, or a hack on your side?
>>     For all you builds there is a failed 'bzr' step 0 which is hidden
>>     from the UI, and only displayed when I select the "problematic"
>>     filter.
>     Ah yes, didn't even know about this filter. Yes, it's a hack on my
>     side, this step works only the first time, and unfortunately
>     IIRC,  that bzr subcommand is not really idempotent, it lacks an
>     option to do nothing and exit with code 0 in case the repository
>     already exists, and in general, I avoid shell strings à la "bzr
>     init-repo || true". I could make an exception in this case, but
>     you're the first to notice since I hid it.

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