[opensource-dev] Changes Since Last Build problem
kf6kjg at gmail.com
Mon Nov 21 17:27:18 PST 2011
Yes, I noticed that some changeset id's weren't found in the V-D
repository, so I had the script just display what it could for those.
For reference here's the demo link:
It'd be better to find out why the data changed, and if was possible
to get it all back, but if not then adding the repository url...
Hmmm... Looks like a lot of those have the changeset URL. I could
parse that for what is needed to go get the rest of the data... But
that's more hacks on top of hacks just to overcome a lack of data from
the original source.
So some questions that'd be nice to have answered: Where else is that
JSON being used? Why was it changed? Could the wanted data be added
to it and not freak out whatever else is using it? If the JSON has
the data needed I could scrape up some time to build a non-hacky fix.
On Mon, Nov 21, 2011 at 4:53 PM, Christian Goetze <cg at miaow.com> wrote:
> The most likely reason why the build shows as "in progress" is
> because there is a disparity between the state of the build scripts
> or other local dependencies on the mac vs windows vs linux build
> machines. If the dependencies differ, then a different build number
> will be generated, and since that is what the build system is
> tracking, it will wait forever for all three platforms to complete a
> build with the same build number.
> Someone needs to ensure that all build machines have the same version
> of all the build support repos sync'ed. This needs to be fixed if only
> to ensure that all viewer builds have the same version number.
> As for the "changes since last build", the data indeed went missing -
> I believe you might be able to get the changeset ids to display at
> least, but it won't be very helpful because it will be missing the
> info about which hg repo actually holds those ids.
> On Sun, Nov 20, 2011 at 9:10 PM, Ricky <kf6kjg at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Yep. Haven't heard any response about it though.
>> Cron Stardust
>> On Sat, Nov 19, 2011 at 10:55 PM, Dave Booth <dave at meadowlakearts.com> wrote:
>>> On 11/20/2011 12:41 AM, Hitomi Tiponi wrote:
>>>> It does appear to be stuck still - it's not the first time this has
>>>> happened. Also the problem with not showing changes in the builds has
>>>> still not been solved when it does complete.
>>> Ricky found the issue with the latter of those.. posted it here
>>>> Turns out that the reason why it isn't displaying
>>>> changesets or JIRA entries is because the JSON format was changed
>>>> doesn't have the needed data anymore.
>>> He even mocked up a fix...
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