Re: [alpine-devel] Change Travis in Alpine Continuous Integration
On Mon, 10 Jul 2017 20:47:53 -0300
Roberto Oliveira <rdutra_at_linux.vnet.ibm.com> wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> Alpine CI currently uses Travis to build packages when a pull request is
> opened. However Travis only support x86_64 and it just build the changes
> in this architecture.
> Jenkins currently have support for more architectures and we could use
> it instead of Travis. Jenkins has a plugin called "GitHub pull request
> builder" that allows to listen when a pull request is opened in GitHub
> and build with the changes.
> We could install Jenkins in a machine and create nodes for other
> machines of different architectures allowing packages to be built in the
> architectures we need.
> What do you think about using using Jenkins instead of Travis?
I don't know if other tools are better suited (eg buildbot) but I am
all for adding CI for other arches we can catch arch specific errors
before they enter our git master.
Jenkins is probably not something I would have used myself, but I also
believe that the person doing the job should have liberty to pick the
tools for it too.
Also, if we could get jenkins run on alpine, then it would be a nice
> Roberto Oliveira
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Received on Wed Jul 12 2017 - 12:55:33 UTC