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tell jenkins to look at github for source code #14

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convissor opened this Issue Jan 4, 2012 · 1 comment

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convissor commented Jan 4, 2012

Moving packages from svn.php.net to github means Jenkins no longer knows where to find the package's source code. Clockwerx, is there an API or something we can use to tell Jenkins to look at the new location?

For now, put some text in 2-to-github.sh telling folks to do it manually.

If this is a pain to pull off, just close this ticket. It's not crucial since everything in svn.php.net will eventually be moved to git.php.net.

@ghost ghost assigned CloCkWeRX Jan 4, 2012

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CloCkWeRX commented Jan 4, 2012

On Wed, Jan 4, 2012 at 11:35 AM, Daniel Convissor <
reply@reply.github.com

wrote:

Moving packages from svn.php.net to github means Jenkins no longer knows
where to find the package's source code. Clockwerx, is there an API or
something we can use to tell Jenkins to look at the new location?

For now, put some text in 2-to-github.sh telling folks to do it manually.

If this is a pain to pull off, just close this ticket. It's not crucial
since everything in svn.php.net will eventually be moved to git.php.net.

I've been fairly vigilant with this, and am happy to wear the pain for the
moment. There's 1x tool to create a 'git-all', and make jenkins jobs. I've
intended to have this script make sure builds are configured "mostly
right". I haven't really gotten far, apart from putting jenkins config in
git.

https://github.com/pear/jenkins-configuration
At the moment, it's very much UI -> save -> push from test.pear.php.net.

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