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Make previous build chioce configurable #489

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jgonzalezmendez commented Aug 9, 2012

When prioritizing build requests in an order other than arrival time,
builds' relative order might not always reflect the topological order of
the changes. This change makes the build order to be configurable such
that status transition modes are only sent out when a more recent
change affects the status of a less recent one, as opposed to relying
on the default chronological ordering of the builds.

Make previous build chioce configurable
When prioritizing build requests in an order other than arrival time,
builds' relative order might not always reflect the topological order of
the changes. This change makes the build order to be configurable such
that status transition modes are only sent out when a more recent
*change* affects the status of a less recent one, as opposed to relying
on the default chronological ordering of the builds.

Change-Id: I2009a8b1f4d093a23ef6eea869567aa54b7987b6

@djmitche djmitche merged commit 0f39575 into buildbot:master Aug 11, 2012

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Thanks - merged!

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djmitche commented Aug 11, 2012

Thanks - merged!

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It seems to me like it would be better to make buildbot smarter, rather than force everyone to configure things to work right for them.

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tomprince commented Aug 26, 2012

It seems to me like it would be better to make buildbot smarter, rather than force everyone to configure things to work right for them.

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Indeed. The whole "configurability" of build requests can use a more cohesive API for users to provide a scheduling algorithm that the master rely on and use throughout.

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jgonzalezmendez commented Aug 26, 2012

Indeed. The whole "configurability" of build requests can use a more cohesive API for users to provide a scheduling algorithm that the master rely on and use throughout.

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