ci.debian.org and pkg-perl packages
On Tue, Sep 09, 2014 at 05:13:34PM +0200, Martin Pitt wrote:
> I ran over 1.400 package tests on my laptop today (titanpad is up to
> date), and so far the results look rather promising. There are 168
> failures (https://people.debian.org/~mpitt/tmp/perl-failures/) and 94
> packages which don't have tests (at the end of the pad), i. e. which
> should be removed from the whitelist. That means that the other ~ 1150
> packages succeeded.
That's a bit worse than I expected but not overly so, and we already
have a couple of generic fixes. So this still looks useful :)
The heavy-deps tests are currently no-ops and seem like a waste of
resources in this context. Patch (untested but mostly trivial) attached.
Would it be possible to put a tarball of the failure logs available too
to avoid recursive web crawling? I'd like to run some massaging to get
an overview of the failure modes and their frequencies.
> I suggest we start using the whitelist with the "passed" ones to avoid
> showing hundreds of new failures.
Sure, that seems sensible.
Many thanks for your work on this!
Niko Tyni ntyni at debian.org
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