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Subject: Re: [Boost-testing] Adding a new tester/platform
From: Jessica Hamilton (jessica.l.hamilton_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-03-31 05:42:32

>> >> I am invoking as: python --runner=jessicah-haiku-x86
>> >> --platform=Haiku --tag=develop --incremental
>> >>
>> >> Once it's all working, I'd also like to get added to the master branch
>> >> as well.
>> Can I get my runner added to master now, too? I'd really like to be
>> able to get any additional fixes to Haiku in before the 1.58
>> release...
> Well.. Unless the changes have are already in develop and have been tested
> for some time it's almost certain they will not make it into 1.58. Since the
> deadline for any changes is in two days. And likely all changes should
> already be merged to master at this point so that they have enough time to
> cycle in the master results before the release.
> And I'd need to know more about the tester resource before putting it on the
> master results. Usually I wait for the tester to be around for some time on
> develop and on master (just not visible on master) before making it visible
> on master. As I want to make sure the master results will get refreshed
> consistently.

How often does the build regressions website get updated? And I notice
the report dates/times seem a bit off. Certainly don't appear to
correspond to UTC like they purport to be, so I'm having difficulty
knowing when they're actually updated :p

Also, is there a tool to generate the reports for my own testing
locally, so I don't have to wait on the website to update?

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