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Re: [board-discuss] FTP space for LibreOffice Server Install GUI

On 16.03.2013 00:09, Norbert Thiebaud wrote:
It may be possible to set-up something so that you could trigger that
from gerrit itself...  or even maybe using jenkins and a windows (VM)
slave... david may have an idea about that, since he is developing
gerrit buildbot-plugin that way... (well, except for the windows part)
5 min. to set it up:

1. set up jenkins master or use my ( or TDF on VM4 or wait until Admin-Team create a really production one is created on say VM17.
2. Set up Windows jenkins slave and connect to the jenkins master
2.1 create new Job for your Project say FOO and restrict it to be build only on your Windows slave

3. set up jenkins gerrit trigger plugin:
3.1 it against our production gerrit to be able to consume stream-event and report verification status back to gerrit.
    3.2 Setup privilegies: it must have ACL for VRFY-1/+1
3.3 Activate the gerrit-stream event polling on gerrit-project foo, branch master
    3.4 Dispatch the build event to your jenkins project FOO

4. done

See the same infrastructure here:
with only one difference:
as Norbert mentioned: i am on java world, i don't need extra slave: the jobs are running on master.

So the only question in the description above:
which Windows Server can we use?

Plan B: we use your own Windows machine as jenkins slave, you can just connect to the mster, and let build it.


PS: putting Bjoern on CC, as he maintains his own jenkins master/slave build farm for building LO for Ubuntu.


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