[PATCHES rtems, source-builder] Add GitHub Actions scripts
christian.mauderer at embedded-brains.de
Fri Jan 20 06:26:47 UTC 2023
Am 20.01.23 um 06:21 schrieb Chris Johns:
> On 20/1/2023 1:50 am, Christian MAUDERER wrote:
>> Am 19.01.23 um 15:42 schrieb Gedare Bloom:
>>> Nice. I would like some time to look at this and think about it a
>>> little more. What would be the plan for removing this capability? Will
>>> it leave any artifacts behind in the RTEMS github mirror?
>> As soon as we want to get rid of the scripts again (because we have found and
>> implemented a proper CI/CD that we officially want to use and not only have in a
>> test phase), we can just remove the scripts with a new commit.
>> If we use both commits, we will have a bot that adds a comment to pull requests,
>> that patches should be sent to the mailing list as soon as they are tested. It
>> will close pull requests after 30 days. That can be disabled again with removing
>> that action.
>> All artefacts can be removed by everyone with enough rights in the RTEMS GitHub
>> organization. That should be most maintainers.
> What github account does all this happen on?
at the moment, I have a prototype at an embedded-brains account (see
links in my first mail). My suggestion is to add the scripts to the
official RTEMS GitHub mirror repositories to get some feedback from
users and developers what is good or bad in this prototype CI system.
Based on this we should discuss in one or two months what features we
need and select and implement a long-term CI system for RTEMS.
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