[Piglit] [PATCH] framework/summary.py: Always print number of changes in console mode

Tom Stellard tom at stellard.net
Wed Sep 9 12:57:55 PDT 2015

On Wed, Sep 09, 2015 at 12:52:22PM -0700, Dylan Baker wrote:
> > I have a buildbot seti up to run piglit and the way it detects whether
> > or no there have been piglit regressions is by running piglit summary
> > console and then parsing the output.
> > 
> > The CSV summary seems to only accept a single result file, unless I'm
> > doing something wrong:
> > 
> > tstellar at localhost ~/piglit $ ./piglit summary csv  -o out.csv results/master--150727-/ results/master-BONAIRE-150223-/
> > usage: piglit [-h] [-o <Output File>] <Input Files>
> > piglit: error: unrecognized arguments: results/master-BONAIRE-150223-/
> > 
> > -Tom
> Are you just wanting to see if there are regressions, or do you want to
> get a count and the tests that regressed as well?

What I want is a list of changes, and yes/no for regressions.  The
number of regressions does not matter. `piglit/piglit summary console
-d` gives me a list of changes and prints the summary so I can check
if there were regressions.

Another solution I considered was to add an exit status to piglit
summary to indicate whether or not there were regressions.  This would
be the best solution, but I wasn't sure if this would break other
people's use cases.


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