[PATCH 00/20] gitlab: Simplify the test script

Tom Rini trini at konsulko.com
Mon Mar 9 18:55:44 CET 2020

On Fri, Mar 06, 2020 at 08:07:14PM -0700, Simon Glass wrote:

> At present there are several things in the gitlab script which work around
> limitations in buildman. With a few small feature additions these can be
> removed.
> This series adds some new features to buildman and simplifies the script:
> - Option to run a single build in a specified output directory
> - Allow ignoring warnings
> - Removes a restriction on the build output directory
> It also
> - moves test.py over to use buildman for the --build option
> - makes one change to azure since the same approach should be possible there
> - fixes a few minor problems noticed in main and sandbox docs

One general comment is that while it's clear from this series that
you're focusing on test.py invocation most of the time, a lot of the
commit messages aren't clear that you're changing the
buildman_and_testpy_template stanza.

Also, while you're keeping Azure in sync (as it's largely based on the
GitLab logic), Travis is being left out.  But the GitLab logic is based
on the Travis logic and as much as I dislike Travis for being slow and
having network induced failures, it's still a valid and supported CI
flow that we can't drop, so please keep it in sync with these
improvements, thanks!

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