Adam Roben | 1 Apr 15:30 2011
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Progress


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Dimitri Glazkov | 1 Apr 16:03 2011

Re: Progress

I know that Adam Barth was the driving force behind this, since it was his turn at gardening WebKit (that's a Chromium thing http://www.chromium.org/developers/how-tos/webkit-merge-1). I wonder if we as a community would benefit from a cross-organizational rotation like this?


Remembering strong negative reaction to this idea last time -- (more process is bad!) -- but hey, all-green tree is freaking amazing.

:DG< 

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Adam Roben | 1 Apr 16:06 2011
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Re: Progress

On Apr 1, 2011, at 10:03 AM, Dimitri Glazkov wrote:

I know that Adam Barth was the driving force behind this, since it was his turn at gardening WebKit (that's a Chromium thing http://www.chromium.org/developers/how-tos/webkit-merge-1). I wonder if we as a community would benefit from a cross-organizational rotation like this?

Jessie Berlin and I have been trying to pitch in as well over the course of the week. (We have a rotation similar to Chromium's gardeners inside Apple, but it's fairly new.) I think it is definitely helpful to have more eyes on the bots.

Hopefully we can come up with some ideas for how to make gardeners less important by making the bots keep themselves green.

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Adam Roben | 1 Apr 16:09 2011
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Re: Progress

Major kudos to Adam (Barth) for all his gardening efforts this week! (Somehow this slipped out of my
previous message.)

-Adam
Dimitri Glazkov | 1 Apr 16:49 2011

Re: Progress

I am so glad you guys are test-driving gardening too. Yay team! :)

:DG<

On Fri, Apr 1, 2011 at 7:09 AM, Adam Roben <aroben <at> apple.com> wrote:
> Major kudos to Adam (Barth) for all his gardening efforts this week! (Somehow this slipped out of my
previous message.)
>
> -Adam
>
>
Christophe Oosterlynck | 1 Apr 17:18 2011
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transparent flash in qgraphicsview

Hi,

I'm having problems with showing a transparent flash in a
QGraphicsView. Ofcourse I found the developments of Girish
Ramakrishnan on this on his blog
(http://blog.forwardbias.in/2009/12/flash-in-qgraphicsview.html) and
in webkit bug 20081 (https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=20081).
As far as I understand, there are two options:
1. override gdk_visual_get_system() using -Bsymbolic-function to force
flash to draw on a 32 bit pixmap
2. wait for flash to fix itself and ask for a 32 bit pixmap

I was wondering if there are any new developments on this? If not,
than overriding gdk_visual_get_system() is the way to go at the
moment? I don't understand this hack fully yet and I can't figure out
if I will be able to do this in my code and still use precompiled qt +
webkit library, or if I have to apply this hack in webkit and
recompile it.

Regards,

Christophe
Martin Robinson | 1 Apr 18:11 2011

Re: Progress

On Fri, Apr 1, 2011 at 7:06 AM, Adam Roben <aroben <at> apple.com> wrote:
> Jessie Berlin and I have been trying to pitch in as well over the course of
> the week. (We have a rotation similar to Chromium's gardeners inside Apple,
> but it's fairly new.) I think it is definitely helpful to have more eyes on
> the bots.

Igalia has a rotation of people keeping the tree green as well. Here's
the current list if you're curious who you should poke about GTK+
redness:

Monday: Alejandro Garcia Castro (alexg)
Tuesday: Mario Sanchez Prada (msanchez)
Wednesday: Martin Robinson (mrobinson)
Thursday: Philippe Normand (pnormand or philn)
Friday: Sergio Villar Senin (svillar)

--Martin
Antonio Gomes | 1 Apr 18:17 2011
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Re: Progress

I must say Qt has (the tireless) Ossy and Szeged crew almost 24hours/day :o, as you had probably noticed/

On Fri, Apr 1, 2011 at 12:11 PM, Martin Robinson <mrobinson <at> webkit.org> wrote:
On Fri, Apr 1, 2011 at 7:06 AM, Adam Roben <aroben <at> apple.com> wrote:
> Jessie Berlin and I have been trying to pitch in as well over the course of
> the week. (We have a rotation similar to Chromium's gardeners inside Apple,
> but it's fairly new.) I think it is definitely helpful to have more eyes on
> the bots.

Igalia has a rotation of people keeping the tree green as well. Here's
the current list if you're curious who you should poke about GTK+
redness:

Monday: Alejandro Garcia Castro (alexg)
Tuesday: Mario Sanchez Prada (msanchez)
Wednesday: Martin Robinson (mrobinson)
Thursday: Philippe Normand (pnormand or philn)
Friday: Sergio Villar Senin (svillar)

--Martin
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Adam Barth | 1 Apr 23:54 2011

Can we show failing test list on waterfall?

Hi Bill,

Can we show the list of failing layout tests in buildbot's "waterfall"
display so we don't have to click through to the results.html file?

Also, can we change the [view results] link so that it goes directly
to results.html instead of the directory listing?  Personally, I
always click through to results.html because it's so much prettier
than the directory listing.

I don't have any sense for whether those things are easy or hard, but
they'd make my life a little bit easier.  If you point me in the right
direction, I can attempt to make the changes myself (but you should
also feel free to do them yourself if that's easier for you).

Thanks!
Adam
Adam Roben | 2 Apr 00:08 2011
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Re: Can we show failing test list on waterfall?

On Apr 1, 2011, at 5:54 PM, Adam Barth wrote:

> Can we show the list of failing layout tests in buildbot's "waterfall"
> display so we don't have to click through to the results.html file?

How would they be displayed? There isn't much room on the waterfall fore more information.

> Also, can we change the [view results] link so that it goes directly
> to results.html instead of the directory listing?  Personally, I
> always click through to results.html because it's so much prettier
> than the directory listing.

That can be done by modifying Tools/BuildSlaveSupport/build.webkit.org-config/master.cfg. Just
search for "view results".

-Adam

Gmane