Apache Infrastructure Team

Monday November 09, 2009

What can the ASF Buildbot do for your project?

The below information has just been published to the main  ASF Buildbot URI ci.apache.org/buildbot.html.

A summary of just some of the things the ASF Buildbot can do for your project:

  • Perform per commit build & test runs for your project
  • Not just svn! - Buildbot can pull in from your Git/Mercurial branches too!
  • Build and Deploy your website to a staging area for review
  • Build and Deploy your website to mino (people) for syncing live
  • Automatically Build and Deploy Snapshots to Nexus staging area.
  • Create Nightly and historical zipped/tarred snapshot builds for download
  • Builds can be triggered manually from within your own freenode #IRC Channel
  • An IRCBot can report on success/failures of a build instantly
  • Build Success/Failures can go to your dev/notification mailing list
  • Perform multiple builds of an svn/git commit on multiple platforms asyncronously
  • ASF Buildbot uses the latest RAT build to check for license header issues for all your files.
  • RAT Reports are published live instantly to ci.apache.org/$project/rat-report.[txt|html]
  • As indicated above, plain text or html versions of RAT reports are published.
  • [Coming Soon] - RAT Reports sent to your dev list, only new failures will be listed.
  • [Coming Soon] - Email a patch with inserted ASL 2.0 Headers into your failed files!!
  • Currently Buildbot has Ubuntu 8.04, 9.04 and Windows Server 2008 Slaves
  • [Coming Soon] - ASF Buildbot will soon have Solaris, FreeBSD 8 and Windows 7 Slaves

Dont see a feature that you need? Join the builds.at.apache.org mailing list and request it now, or file a Jira Ticket.

Help is always on hand on the builds.at.apache.org mailing list for any problems or build configuration issues/requests. Or try the #asftest channel on irc.freenode.net for live support.

So now you want your project to use Buildbot? No problem, best way is to file a Jira Ticket. and count to 10 (well maybe a bit longer but it wont be long before you are up and running).

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