[Numpy-discussion] CI Testing
ralf.gommers at gmail.com
Thu Sep 13 01:18:17 EDT 2018
On Wed, Sep 12, 2018 at 8:33 PM Tyler Reddy <tyler.je.reddy at gmail.com>
> Hi Allan,
> That's pretty cool -- I should follow-up on the CI part of it!
It's quite nice to have access to more exotic hardware, but I'd recommend
not to add anything to our CI setup that's not a fully hosted service that
we control via a simple config file plus clicking some buttons on a web
interface once. Custom code and server credentials/maintenance stuff should
be avoided - always becomes painful at some point.
> On Wed, 12 Sep 2018 at 20:18, Allan Haldane <allanhaldane at gmail.com>
>> On 09/12/2018 08:14 PM, Tyler Reddy wrote:
>> > Would also be cool to have native ppc64 arch in CI, but I checked
>> > briefly with IBM and no such integration exists with github as far as
>> > the contact knew.
>> Hi Tyler,
>> ppc64 CI is available through OSUOSL. Earlier this year I requested a
>> ppc64be test server through them, for numpy use, see this email and the
>> links therein:
>> At the time I didn't sign up for CI because my focus was the test
>> server, but I think it is still very much an option to ask for CI if we
>> want. I don't yet have the time to do it myself, but I think anyone
>> interested could do it pretty easily.
>> Incidentally, the test server is still available to any numpy devs who
>> need it, just ping me for access.
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