Coverity scans on Jenkins
rodrigc at FreeBSD.org
Tue Apr 15 18:10:59 UTC 2014
Yes, what you want is totally doable.
If you look at https://jenkins.freebsd.org , you will see that
we have several bhyve VM's that build several src branches,
and we also have several builds that use poudriere to build ports.
We can set up another build configuration, either in an existing VM, or a new
VM, to run your scripts once a week.
Will you be at BSDCan? There is a working group on May 15 where it would
be a good place to coordinate on this:
On Tue, Apr 15, 2014 at 10:43 AM, Ulrich Spörlein <uspoerlein at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey all
> so how do I get on this CI bandwagon? I have some scripts that set up
> the coverity environment (a one-time thing) then those should run at
> most once per week (preferably when -CURRENT is actually building) and
> then tar up the results and upload them to scan.coverity.com.
> As there are some passwords/tokens that are required for the upload,
> I'd like it if not all of the scripts are visible to everyone that has
> a Jenkins account.
> Is that possible?
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