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This issue is with the Go Build Dashboard,
What did you do?
When looking at the Go Build Dashboard (the solaris-amd64 builder in my case), it's quite difficult
What did you expect to see?
It would be very helpful to be able to select either a specific subset of builders or even a single
What did you see instead?
An extremely wide display of builders, many of which I don't know or care about: pure information
IMO a better solution would be to just make the first column (the one with the commits) fixed, so that it always stays on the screen when you scroll right.
Alberto Donizetti <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
It would be very helpful to be able to select either a specific subset of builders or even a single one, just like buildbot based dashboards allow. This would avoid the problem above and make the display way more useful. IMO a better solution would be to just make the first column (the one with the commits) fixed, so that it always stays on the screen when you scroll right.
It's better than what we have now but still all those poor souls with ports off to the right of usual screen widths would have to scroll over potentially many ports of no interest to them again and again to check what's going on for the ports they care about.
"Bryan C. Mills" <email@example.com> writes:
I still wonder if something based on Go build constraints might be useful. solaris would cover Solaris + Illumos, although I guess we don't have a build constraint that matches BSD kernels in general.
It's certainly something familiar to Go developers. If you somehow allow for the their full generality, you could easily express the *BSD example, although the syntax could become unwieldly, especially for the case of multiple constraints AND'ed together.