[python-committers] Turning off AppVeyor as required
vstinner at redhat.com
Sun Jun 10 07:31:34 EDT 2018
Brett Cannon just made AppVeyor required again on 2.7, 3.6, 3.7 and master ;-)
2018-06-04 21:38 GMT+01:00 Victor Stinner <vstinner at redhat.com>:
> I have very good news from AppVeyor:
> * AppVeyor runs again jobs on pull requests: it's back!
> * Issue with quotas: it was a disk issue, it was on their side and
> it's now fixed.
> * AppVeyor donate us additional parallel job to the python account!
> * They proposed us to extend the timeout to 90 minuts. Hopefully, a
> full build (download + compile + run tests) takes usually less than 15
> min, so it's fine.
> * They explained me how to disable AppVeyor on branches to only run
> tests on pull requests. "Do not build feature branches with open Pull
> Requests in UI (skip_branch_with_pr: true if you use YAML)." seems the
> safest option. Another option is: "disable Pushes event in GitHub
> Webhook settings" but I don't undestand if it only impacts AppVeyor or
> all our hooks.
> Thank you very much AppVeyor! See my support issue for the details:
> 2018-06-04 17:02 GMT+02:00 Brett Cannon <brett at python.org>:
>> Victor noticed that AppVeyor stopped building about 19 hours ago, leading to
>> it blocking all open PRs. I have gone ahead and switched off requiring
>> AppVeyor for now, so please pay attention to at least the Windows VSTS
>> status check to make sure you're not breaking Windows by accident.
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