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Re: Use patchew to push successfully applied series to GitLab

From: Paolo Bonzini
Subject: Re: Use patchew to push successfully applied series to GitLab
Date: Thu, 17 Sep 2020 10:53:14 +0200
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On 17/09/20 10:16, Philippe Mathieu-Daudé wrote:
> patchew is currently pushing successfully applied series
> (using the cover Message-ID as tag) to GitHub.
> This is very handy (no need to apply patches manually):
> https://github.com/patchew-project/qemu/tags
> Can we push the same that to an equivalent GitLab account?
> We could then have a script replying to the series if the
> series fails CI. Doing so would save reviewer/tester time
> (I'd rather have a series not failing on our CI tests before
> starting to review/test it).

Yes, we could.  Indeed we could also look at the pipeline result instead
of needing Patchew's custom testers (using a webhook).  It would be a
bit on the heavy side for GitLab's resources; while right now they're
still providing unlimited CI time, in principle the "gold" tier provides
"only" 833 hours and a full CI run takes more or less 1.

So it would work great but we would have to set up our own runners,
and/or have a cheaper pipeline for this gating CI.  Is that possible to
configure in Gitlab?


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