[Python-Dev] buildbot vs. Windows
nnorwitz at gmail.com
Tue Feb 21 09:09:12 CET 2006
On 2/20/06, Tim Peters <tim.peters at gmail.com> wrote:
> Speaking as a PSF director, I might not vote for that :-) Fact is
> I've been keeping the build & tests 100% healthy on WinXP Pro, and
> that requires more than just running the tests (it also requires
> repairing compiler warnings and Unixisms).
These are some ways we need buildbot to help us more. IMO compiler
warnings should generate emails from buildbot. We would need to
filter out a bunch, but it would be desirable to know about warnings
on different architectures. Unfortunately, there are a ton of
warnings on OS X right now.
> Adding -r to the buildbot test recipe is a decent idea. Getting
> _some_ debug-build test runs would also be good (or do we do that
Buildbot runs "make testall" which does not run the tests in random order.
There's nothing to prevent buildbot from making debug builds, though
that is not currently done. The builds I run on the x86 box every 12
hours *do* use debug builds (Misc/build.sh). The results are here:
I also recently switched the email to go to python-checkins, though
there haven't been any failures yet (unless they are sitting in a spam
queue). There are some hangs (like right now):
Lib/threading.py (204): wait
Lib/threading.py (543): join
Lib/threading.py (637): __exitfunc
Lib/atexit.py (25): _run_exitfuncs
Lib/socket.py (170): accept
Lib/SocketServer.py (373): get_request
Lib/SocketServer.py (218): handle_request
Lib/test/test_socketserver.py (33): serve_a_few
Lib/test/test_socketserver.py (82): run
Lib/threading.py (445): __bootstrap
I've seen test_socketserver fail before, this could be due to running
2 tests simultaneously.
> Anyway, since XP Pro is effectively covered, I'd be keener to see a
> Windows buildbot running under a different flavor of Windows.
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