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[ jEdit-devel ] daily builds
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Robert Schwenn
2017-06-12 20:46:06 UTC
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Alan Ezust
2017-06-12 20:57:50 UTC
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The e-mail notification about daily builds should tell us which commits
were in it, however...
if the daily build happens while my system is on a VPN, the e-mail and the
upload fails and then the next daily build won't show the proper list of
commits, alas.

I guess if you want access to my jenkins server, you can see what happened
fully.
Hi,
I wonder how to tell which of the recent commits is involved in the last
daily build. Time stamps are a bit difficult. Would be nice if someone
could point it out.
Thanks,
Robert
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Robert Schwenn
2017-06-13 17:12:39 UTC
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Eric Berry
2017-06-13 17:32:44 UTC
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Should be able to, I believe the revision is available via an ENV variable
set from jenkins:
https://wiki.jenkins-ci.org/display/JENKINS/Subversion+Plugin#SubversionPlugin-SubversionRevisionandURLinformationasEnvironmentVariables

Note that this will break the updater plugin.

Perhaps it would be better to include a text (or structured, json?) file
with it in there?

On Tue, Jun 13, 2017 at 10:12 AM, Robert Schwenn <
Can't You simply ;-) integrate the most recent commit ID into the daily
build's folder name?
The e-mail notification about daily builds should tell us which commits
were in it, however...
if the daily build happens while my system is on a VPN, the e-mail and the
upload fails and then the next daily build won't show the proper list of
commits, alas.
I guess if you want access to my jenkins server, you can see what happened
fully.
On Mon, Jun 12, 2017 at 1:46 PM, Robert Schwenn <
Hi,
I wonder how to tell which of the recent commits is involved in the last
daily build. Time stamps are a bit difficult. Would be nice if someone
could point it out.
Thanks,
Robert
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