Re: Patches proposed by jenkins

JamO Luhrsen

On 12/12/19 6:48 AM, Robert Varga wrote:
Hey everyone,

there is a number of patches in Gerrit proposed by production jenkins:

and by sandbox jenkins:

The problem with the first one is that they do not really point to their
source job -- yes, they are tagged with a topic, but it would be nice if
there was a record of which job (including number, i.e. ${BUILD_TAG} or
${BUILD_URL}) produced the last revision -- either in the commit
message, or better as a separate comment.

Can we make that happen?

this would be a nice addition. Could it be this simple?

I don't know how to test it though. I'm not really a contributor or active in
the global-jjb project.

Anyone know?

For the sandbox ... I am surprised it is even able do push patches to
gerrit. Do we really want that capability?

I think it's probably needed so folks can test things and make sure the auto created
patches look right. Like I'd like to do (see above) :)

Even if we do, those patches should be automatically abandoned when
sandbox is reset -- otherwise we'll end up with random mess being
dropped onto projects and never cleaned up.

Agreed, but I don't know how to do that.



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