The state of trunk
mbanner at mozillamessaging.com
Fri Apr 30 22:16:44 UTC 2010
On 30/04/2010 20:25, Dan Mosedale wrote:
> On 4/30/10 11:52 AM, Mark Banner wrote:
>> We're just starting the 3.1 beta 2 builds today. I was hoping that we
>> would be able to reopen trunk today. However due to the state the
>> tinderbox tree is in I'm not sure this is the right thing to do at
>> this time.
>> Over the last week or so, we've suffered a bit more than normal from
>> bustages as a result of m-c changes. As a result, we still have a few
>> bustages outstanding. The current ones are listed at the top of the
>> tinderbox page <http://tinderbox.mozilla.org/Thunderbird/>. Two of
>> these are fixes that are required in m-c (linux bustages awaiting
>> review, test_fuel.js failures has been looked at). A third
>> (test_plugins.js) needs diagnosis, and the fourth is the mozmill
>> failures. I also need to file one to pick up the new add-on manger work.
>> From a test I did earlier today at Andrew's suggestion, turning
>> Therefore I'm making the following proposals:
>> trunk. Andrew hasn't got time to debug what is happening until after
>> 3.1rc1. We then set a 3.1.next alpha blocker to investigate the
>> failures and get it turned back on, hopefully way before the next
>> alpha. This will allow development to continue in the interim period.
> My one concern here is that this will mask us from noticing further
> trunk JIT breakage as it happens. I think the strategy you propose is
> doable, but I'm wondering if we can do a bit better. Are there bugs
> already filed for the two unknown breakages? If so, how about
> dropping an email to Rob Sayre and asking if anyone on his team would
> have time to find the regression window and pursue them, since they're
> presumably JIT regressions which could effect Firefox as well.
FTR I've asked asuth to file the bug as he'll have more of the basic
knowledge for what to point the team at.
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