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Utility scripts, things contributed by users but not strictly a part of buildbot: fakechange.py: connect to a running bb and submit a fake change to trigger builders generate_changelog.py: generated changelog entry using git. Requires git to be installed. run_maxq.py: a builder-helper for running maxq under buildbot svn_buildbot.py: a script intended to be run from a subversion hook-script which submits changes to svn (requires python 2.3) svnpoller.py: this script is intended to be run from a cronjob, and uses 'svn log' to poll a (possibly remote) SVN repository for changes. For each change it finds, it runs 'buildbot sendchange' to deliver them to a waiting PBChangeSource on a (possibly remote) buildmaster. Modify the svnurl to point at your own SVN repository, and of course the user running the script must have read permissions to that repository. It keeps track of the last revision in a file, change 'fname' to set the location of this state file. Modify the --master argument to the 'buildbot sendchange' command to point at your buildmaster. Contributed by John Pye. Note that if there are multiple changes within a single polling interval, this will miss all but the last one. svn_watcher.py: adapted from svnpoller.py by Niklaus Giger to add options and run under windows. Runs as a standalone script (it loops internally rather than expecting to run from a cronjob), polls an SVN repository every 10 minutes. It expects the svnurl and buildmaster location as command-line arguments. viewcvspoll.py: a standalone script which loops every 60 seconds and polls a (local?) MySQL database (presumably maintained by ViewCVS?) for information about new CVS changes, then delivers them over PB to a remote buildmaster's PBChangeSource. Contributed by Stephen Kennedy. zsh/_buildbot: zsh tab-completion file for 'buildbot' command. Put it in one of the directories appearing in $fpath to enable tab-completion in zsh. bash/buildbot: bash tab-completion file for 'buildbot' command. Source this file to enable completions in your bash session. This is typically accomplished by placing the file into the appropriate 'bash_completion.d' directory.