[libvirt-sandbox PATCH] gitlab: introduce CI jobs testing git master & distro libvirt
abologna at redhat.com
Fri Jun 19 16:29:49 UTC 2020
On Fri, 2020-06-19 at 15:23 +0100, Daniel P. Berrangé wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 18, 2020 at 12:01:13PM +0200, Andrea Bolognani wrote:
> > Speaking of which, I suggest that we start organizing the script for
> > git builds a bit differently:
> > This avoids the unnecessary initial pushd/cd combination, keeps
> > builds for each project neatly separated, and avoids using relative
> > paths for most things. What do you think?
> For now I'd rather keep the consistent approach we've already used
> for other repos. I think there might be better ways to deal with
> the builds later, perhaps using cross-repo include files for the
Sounds good. As I said somewhere else we're going to need at least
a second pass anyway :)
With regards to the idea of having common include files, that's
something that is done quite commonly in large GitLab instances such
as those for Debian or freedesktop.org, and I definitely
support exploring it as a way to reduce the amount of repetitive
code we have to keep in each project's .gitlab-ci.yml.
> > > +HOSTS=$($LCITOOL hosts | grep -v -E '(freebsd|centos|opensuse)')
> > According to
> > host_vars/libvirt-opensuse-151/main.yml
> > playbooks/build/projects/libvirt-sandbox.yml
> > in libvirt-ci, libvirt-sandbox can be built on openSUSE just fine;
> > I just tried it locally to double-check and had no problems with it
> > either. So, please don't exclude openSUSE here.
> That was doing a from git build, where as this is doing a from dist
> build, but I've found the missing packages for this now.
Right, the dist build is the one I tried. Of course I had to install
the libvirt-glib package first :)
> > > +for host in $HOSTS
> > > +do
> > > + if test "$host" = "libvirt-ubuntu-2004"
> > > + then
> > > + $LCITOOL dockerfile $host libvirt+minimal,libvirt-glib,libvirt-sandbox > $host.Dockerfile
> > > + else
> > > + $LCITOOL dockerfile $host libvirt+dist,libvirt-glib+dist,libvirt-sandbox > $host.Dockerfile
> > This fails for me because libvirt-glib+dist is not know to lcitool.
> > I assume you have local patches that add the project - can you please
> > open a MR against libvirt-ci and mention it in the commit message, so
> > that I can check everything locally during review?
> Yes I have libvirt-ci changes to submit after this is finalized.
I see you've created the merge request now. Please just open it at
the same time in the future, thanks!
Andrea Bolognani / Red Hat / Virtualization
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