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Re: [Libguestfs] CI for nbdkit



On Mon, Oct 26, 2020 at 03:21:40PM -0600, alan somers wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 19, 2020 at 10:58 AM alan somers <asomers gmail com> wrote:
>     Until and unless you move to Gitlab, I suggest Cirrus-CI.  It's easy to
>     configure; so there's little lost effort if we abandon it.  I've already
>     got the configuration ready to go.  But I don't have permission to enable
>     the application on the repository.  Could a repo owner please follow the
>     steps at https://cirrus-ci.org/guide/quick-start/ ?  Stop when you get to
>     "post-installation", and I'll take over.
> 
>     -Alan
> 
> 
> Ping.  Could somebody please enable Cirrus- CI?  This is blocking me from
> publishing the crate.  Or, if you really really really don't want to have any
> CI, I can just create a new repo for the Rust plugin.  That way you wouldn't
> need to change your workflow.

I think that's done now.  I enabled it for all the libguestfs
repositories, so that should include nbdkit.  I'm not actually sure
how to ee if it's enabled, since it doesn't appear to have made any
difference to anything ...  If there's a problem then let me know.

Rich.

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