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From Sean Busbey <bus...@cloudera.com>
Subject Re: Trunk fails
Date Wed, 20 Sep 2017 18:02:44 GMT
On Wed, Sep 20, 2017 at 5:12 AM, Steve Loughran <stevel@hortonworks.com>
wrote:

>
> >
>
> What we could do is have a patch submission process which says "if you are
> playing with packaging, you must declare at the time of patch submission
> that you have run a full mvn clean install". And a commit process which
> says "if you commit a patch which changes the packaging, you need to do a
> build before a test"
>
> This is a variant of what we expect for the hadoop-aws and hadoop-azure
> clients where the submitter has to state the endpoint they ran the
> integration test suite against. Committer is expected to rerun the test
> suite locally before the commit too, for safety
>
> And we should all be trying 'mvn package -Pdist,native" regularly too, and
> playing with the new scripts. We need to find the issues before anyone else
>
> For all this to work, of course, we need reproducible builds. I see my
> mornings build is asking for "json-smart-2.3-SNAPSHOT.pom" as well as the
> doxia stuff. Why is so much -SNAPSHOT stuff getting in? I don't even see a
> ref for json-smart in our POMs



For stability of packaging changes, we could also ask commiters to include
in relevant commits a piece of commit metadata in the message that we issue
from a jenkins job, i.e. give the job a patch and run full nightly QBT
against tree with the patch in place.

-- 
busbey

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