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Re: CI/CD testing of gnulib?

From: Bruno Haible
Subject: Re: CI/CD testing of gnulib?
Date: Wed, 11 Nov 2020 22:03:53 +0100
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Hi Simon,

> As you can see above, Alpine exists.

Indeed, that would be a useful platform to add. Thanks for the pointer; it
should be easy. Though, it will require adding a second CI project, since
the current CI project already eats up 75% of the allowed Gitlab limit
of 400 minutes per month.

> Proprietary OS's probably requires someone to
> install a GitLab runner on it and connect it to the GitLab gnulib
> project.

Yes, and exactly that's a problem: Keeping such a gitlab runner running
that is hosted on a (physical or emulated) FreeBSD, macOS, AIX, etc.
platform would cost some monthly money amount. And the machines in the
GCC compilefarm are meant for development and testing, not for CI builds.


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