Need for new x86 Jenkin's Bot
lohmaier+libreoffice at googlemail.com
Wed Jun 5 09:47:01 UTC 2019
On Tue, Jun 4, 2019 at 5:01 PM Luke Benes <lukebenes at hotmail.com> wrote:
> The decision was to demote release builds, but NOT to remove x86 compatibility. If you take this as an excuse to also end x86 CI testing bots, you are effectively killing x86 through bit rot.
That is completely missing the point. The tinderbox *IS* using
baseline. And since the baseline is not recent enough to build 32bit
anymore, there is *no way* to have it still produce builds. Otherwise
32bit binaries could still be provided.
> This is not a hypothetical. As you know, @87 just recently caught a regression […]
Anyone is free to setup a tinderbox and send results - no registration
or similar needed for that,
> If we chose to go down the path of killing x86, we should discuss it. While I agree that overhead of x86 release build may not be worth it, the advantages of maintaining a working x86 build are clear. My suggestion would be to upgrade @87 to CentOS 7 or Debian 9.0 before bit rot makes this a difficult task. Currently master has no problem building on 32-bit Fedora 30.
My personal interest is having baseline builds verified. So there is
no point if the build succeeds in a current distro, but cannot run on
the end-users systems because of glibc or other requirements.
But again: anyone can setup a tinderbox...
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