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Re: Emacs CI

From: Toon Claes
Subject: Re: Emacs CI
Date: Tue, 12 Jan 2021 10:36:40 +0100

On Sat, Jan 09 2021, Michael Albinus wrote:

> Fermin <fmfs@posteo.net> writes:
>> Hello Michael,
> Hi Fermin,
>>     Sorry about the response delay, I change my main computer and one
>> of the hard drivers died, so the recovery process wasn't  pleasant at
>> all, the good news is that the new computer works great!.
> Good that you've managed it! I've experienced this also several times
> (hey, I'm 40 years in the business), and I was always extremely
> nervous.

Yeah, sometimes I ask myself why we are doing this to ourself.

>> In general, with all the test selected tests (the test files from a to
>> z in the test directory) it takes 26 minutes, which I think is an
>> acceptable CI time.
> But that's gitlab.com, isn't it? So we need to see how it runs on
> emba.

So we have 2 proposals now. Maybe it's best to continue the discussion
on Ted's MR [1]. Or if you like, create your on MR, and then we can

Fermin: Do you have an account and write access to that project?

> Yes, pls do. Once you have a working .gitlab-ci.yml, I'd like to create
> a branch in Emacs' git repo, and apply it. We will see how it goes on
> emba then.

This feels tedious. I suggest to work with MRs on EMBA, just as Ted did.


[1] https://emba.gnu.org/emacs/emacs/-/merge_requests/2

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