NetBSD-current build status
Have you ever wondered how stable a -current build is at times?
is an interesting page to give an overview
on the success of NetBSD-current builds from the past few days
(and much further back):
From the webpage:
``This web page visualizes the state of the NetBSD-current build by plotting the number of lines in the build log from build.sh as a function of time, and coloring the points red or green depending on whether the build succeeded or failed. Hopefully, this can help give some insight into the frequency and duration of build failures.
The plots were constructed using an automated procedure that builds NetBSD-current periodically (roughly twice a day) using make.sh -m i386 release, looks for any changes in exit status or any substantial changes in the size of the build log, and then pinpoints the times at which the changes occurred using binary search.
The graph may not contain every build failure, because the algorithm used can miss cases where the build is broken and then fixed again between two consecutive periodic builds. The converse case, when the build is fixed and then broken again between two consecutive periodic builds, is usually detected because the size of the build log usually changes in this case.
Most of the builds in the graph are cross-builds using a 64-bit Linux host, while some of the older ones are native NetBSD builds.
If your browser supports SVG, you can use the SVG version. ''
Thanks to Andreas Gustafsson for providing this service!
[Tags: build.sh, quality-management]