Test make distcheck and make maintainer-clean works for all projects in jenkins.sh
Recently it was reported that osmo-trx make maintainer-clean was broken (already fixed). We should ideally test these during jenkins build, by adding the following bits to all contrib/jenkin.sh:
$MAKE distcheck $MAKE maintainer-clean
- % Done changed from 0 to 50
Initial batch of patches submitted:
For some repositories, the CI test is failing, which mostly means that "make maintainer-clean" is actually broken there. I'm looking into fixing those.
While I was at it, I have also prepared patches to add a jenkins.sh script to libosmo-dsp (right now, the autoreconf -fi, ./configure, make etc. commands are hardcoded in master-builds.yml). And another patch to enable gerrit-verifications for all repositories that were only enabled in master-builds.yml.laforge, it seems that I lack permissions to push patches to gerrit for the following repositories. Can you give me the permissions, so I can submit all patches I have prepared?
laforge, it seems that I lack permissions to push patches to gerrit for the following repositories. Can you give me the permissions, so I can submit all patches I have prepared?
those three projects are not written/maintained by sysmocom but are maintained by the respective developers tnt and @steve-m. Its up to the respective authors/maintainers to decide who should have comit access to those repositories. The classic approach is to use git send-email to the respective mailing list + maintainer.
- % Done changed from 50 to 90
I've sent out the patches to the maintainers directly (will use the respective mailing lists next time). Furthermore I've pushed a patch to fix "make distcheck" in libusrp and osmo-ci patches to enable libtelnet in gerrit-veritifcations and to use contrib/jenkins.sh for libosmo-dsp. When these last patches are merged, then the issue is done: