Re: Deployment status update (almost done :)

On Thu, Dec 11, 2008 at 3:17 PM, Iago Toral Quiroga <itoral igalia com> wrote:
> El jue, 11-12-2008 a las 12:39 +0100, Frederic Peters escribió:
>> I answered:
>> > > Only thing pending would be to hook other slaves to this master and
>> > > check there are no problems. If this works fine, then I think everything
>> > > would be ready to redirect here.
>> >
>> > Other thing is hooking it up to svn-commits-list@ to get change
>> > notifications.
>> >
>> > It needs to be subscribed to svn-commits-list@ and receive the mails
>> > in a Maildir box, currently I have this in a .procmailrc:
>> Iago, did you try to hook it ?  It is really nice, for triggered builds,
>> but also as the "changes" column will have culprits^Wcommiters.
> Yes, it is a nice feature. I was wondering what's the right procedure to
> setup this in I do not know what's the mail setup in
> that machine and I guess we might need Olav's hand somewhere...
> As far as I can see the idea would be:
> 1.- have some mailbox (for example one in gmail) subscribed to the svn
> commits mailing list.
> 2.- Configure a smtp service in to fetch the email from
> that mailbox or configure fetchmail to do that.
> 3.- Add the .procmailrc rule for user buildmaster.
> 4.- Configure .jhbuildrc for user buildmaster.
> I think that we could run fetchmail in the buildmaster's cron, and that
> should be enough to get this done without needing Olav to do any root
> privileged tasks.
> Olav, what do you think?
> Iago

This makes me sad :( The main reason I ported the email parser was
because i wanted to ping us when there was something to
do, instead of polling. fetchmail is only marginally better than
polling :-\ Has anyone tried to e-mail buildmaster fixed gnome org?
Perhaps it will create a Maildir in /home/buildmaster? (Thats what
happens for the $ stuff...)

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