patch request, requeue via web
itetcu at FreeBSD.org
Fri Feb 11 08:26:25 EST 2011
On Fri, 11 Feb 2011 13:50:42 +0100
Beat Gätzi <beat at chruetertee.ch> wrote:
> On 10.02.2011 19:43, Jason Helfman wrote:
> > On Thu, Feb 10, 2011 at 06:49:05PM +0100, Beat Gätzi thus spake:
> >> Hi Jason,
> >> On 10.02.2011 01:39, Jason Helfman wrote:
> >>> Hi All,
> >>> I use the command line for tinderbox quiet often, but also use a
> >>> fair share
> >>> of the web interface. One way I use the interface is for
> >>> submitting to the
> >>> queue, however I am constantly finding myself copying the port
> >>> origin and
> >>> pasting it into the queue on the webinstance, and firing off a
> >>> build.
> >>> I thought it would be interesting if in the listing of the
> >>> packages in a build if you could queue it via a web link.
> >>> So you would have, for instance:
> >>> Build PortDirectory Version Reason ....
> >>> 8.1 java/openjdk6 b21 log markup package requeue
> >>> By clicking the requeue it would submit it for a rebuild.
> >>> Any thoughts? Would love to try a patch that has this behavior.
> >> I'm pretty busy the next two weeks and will not have time to work
> >> on a proper patch but maybe this prototype helps you to implement
> >> the requeue link in all views.
> >> The patch is against Tinderbox HEAD and only changes the "Current
> >> and Latest Builds" view in the paefchen template:
> >> http://tmp.chruetertee.ch/tinderbox-requeue.patch
> >> HTH,
> >> Beat
> > What is involved in moving from the ports version of Tinderbox to
> > the cvs version?
> There is no automated migration from ports version to Tinderbox HEAD.
> For moving from ports version to HEAD you need to checkout the files
> from CVS and run some database queries which could be found in the
> CVS logs.
> I tried to apply the patch to ports-mgmt/tinderbox-devel and it was
> successful but I haven't done any runtime testing. Maybe you could
> give tinderbox-devel a try.
I plan to update -devel this weekend, to CVS HEAD, if nothing pops-up.
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