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# -*- python -*-
# ex: set syntax=python:
# This is a sample buildmaster config file. It must be installed as
# 'master.cfg' in your buildmaster's base directory.
# This is the dictionary that the buildmaster pays attention to. We also use
# a shorter alias to save typing.
c = BuildmasterConfig = {}
####### USERS
#user_mapping = {
# re.compile("testbuilder"): ["admin", "dave"] ,
#}
####### BUILDSLAVES
# The 'slaves' list defines the set of recognized buildslaves. Each element is
# a BuildSlave object, specifying a unique slave name and password. The same
# slave name and password must be configured on the slave.
from buildbot.buildslave import BuildSlave
c['slaves'] = [BuildSlave("slave1", "slaveone"), BuildSlave("slave2", "slavetwo")]
# 'slavePortnum' defines the TCP port to listen on for connections from slaves.
# This must match the value configured into the buildslaves (with their
# --master option)
c['slavePortnum'] = 9989
####### CHANGESOURCES
# the 'change_source' setting tells the buildmaster how it should find out
# about source code changes. Here we point to the buildbot clone of pyflakes.
from buildbot.changes.gitpoller import GitPoller
c['change_source'] = []
#c['change_source'].append(GitPoller(
# 'git://github.com/buildbot/pyflakes.git',
# workdir='gitpoller-workdir', branch='master',
# pollinterval=300))
####### SCHEDULERS
# Configure the Schedulers, which decide how to react to incoming changes. In this
# case, just kick off a 'runtests' build
from buildbot.schedulers.basic import SingleBranchScheduler
from buildbot.schedulers.forcesched import ForceScheduler
from buildbot.changes import filter
c['schedulers'] = []
#c['schedulers'].append(SingleBranchScheduler(
# name="all",
# change_filter=filter.ChangeFilter(branch='master'),
# treeStableTimer=None,
# builderNames=["runtests"]))
c['schedulers'].append(ForceScheduler(
name="force",
builderNames=["testbuild"]))
####### BUILDERS
# The 'builders' list defines the Builders, which tell Buildbot how to perform a build:
# what steps, and which slaves can execute them. Note that any particular build will
# only take place on one slave.
from buildbot.process.factory import BuildFactory
from buildbot.steps.source.git import Git
from buildbot.steps.shell import ShellCommand
#factory = BuildFactory()
# check out the source
#factory.addStep(Git(repourl='git://github.com/buildbot/pyflakes.git', mode='incremental'))
# run the tests (note that this will require that 'trial' is installed)
#factory.addStep(ShellCommand(command=["trial", "pyflakes"]))
testbuild = BuildFactory()
from buildbot.config import BuilderConfig
c['builders'] = []
makeclean = ShellCommand(name = "test pwd",
command = ["pwd"],
description = "print pwd")
testbuild.addStep(makeclean)
c['builders'].append(
BuilderConfig(name = "testbuild", slavenames = ['slave1', 'slave2'], factory = testbuild)
)
#c['builders'].append(
# BuilderConfig(name="runtests",
# slavenames=["example-slave"],
# factory=factory))
####### STATUS TARGETS
# 'status' is a list of Status Targets. The results of each build will be
# pushed to these targets. buildbot/status/*.py has a variety to choose from,
# including web pages, email senders, and IRC bots.
c['status'] = []
from buildbot.status import html
from buildbot.status.web import authz, auth
authz_cfg=authz.Authz(
# change any of these to True to enable; see the manual for more
# options
auth=auth.BasicAuth([("admin","balls")]),
gracefulShutdown = False,
forceBuild = True, #'auth', # use this to test your slave once it is set up
forceAllBuilds = False,
pingBuilder = True,
stopBuild = True,
stopAllBuilds = False,
cancelPendingBuild = False,
)
c['status'].append(html.WebStatus(http_port=8080, authz=authz_cfg))
####### PROJECT IDENTITY
# the 'title' string will appear at the top of this buildbot
# installation's html.WebStatus home page (linked to the
# 'titleURL') and is embedded in the title of the waterfall HTML page.
c['title'] = "buildbutt"
c['titleURL'] = "http://google.com/"
# the 'buildbotURL' string should point to the location where the buildbot's
# internal web server (usually the html.WebStatus page) is visible. This
# typically uses the port number set in the Waterfall 'status' entry, but
# with an externally-visible host name which the buildbot cannot figure out
# without some help.
c['buildbotURL'] = "http://192.168.99.100:8010/"
####### DB URL
c['db'] = {
# This specifies what database buildbot uses to store its state. You can leave
# this at its default for all but the largest installations.
'db_url' : "sqlite:///state.sqlite",
}