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Re: gnulib-ci project

From: Simon Josefsson
Subject: Re: gnulib-ci project
Date: Fri, 14 May 2021 22:36:53 +0200
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Bruno Haible <bruno@clisp.org> writes:

> Simon Josefsson wrote:
>> Was anyone working on setting up CI/CD for gnulib on GitLab?
>> I recall there was a private project for it, but I don't have access.
>> Any reason for this?  I have become rather aquinted with GitLab CI/CD
>> lately so it would be easy for me to setup something from scratch.
> There's no point in duplicating the effort already done, and creating
> confusion by having two different gnulib CIs on the same platform.
> https://gitlab.com/gnulib/gnulib-ci/-/pipelines

Great -- seems straightforward, although it would be nice to have it
passing a build before adding more platforms.  It seems there are only
two tests that unexpectedly pass, the test-asyncsafe-linked_list-weak.sh
and test-asyncsafe-linked_list-strong.sh.  Any ideas on these?  I'm not
sure if they have already been discussed.


> Tim,
> I have asked you twice [1][2] whether it's OK to make the project public.

I know Tim is busy on a new job so let's make him proud of what he
started by improving it :-)


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