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geowolf
Hi,
following on Jim's work I've prepared a build that seems to be doing the trick, and building
in sequence:
  • GeoTools (without tests, other builds cover that)
  • GeoWebCache (with tests)
  • GeoServer (with tests and community modules compile only)
All build in sequence in the same container, thus using the same repository and, what's important,
the same snapshots produced by the GeoTools build.

Jim was right, making the silly thing build without breaking on build limits has been the challenging
point, took a number of experiments to find the right way to pass the JVM params and set them
to a working condition.
Build times are surprisingly not bad, around 20 minutes total, which is compatible with the other
Travis builds the PRs are triggering.


and branch:

A successful build looks as follows:

image.png

I'm sure some adjustments are going to be needed, and we won't be able to trust these builds always
(like if a PR is meant to introduce a breaking change, well, it will break this build for sure).
I can imagine maybe some conventions in the commit message referring to the repos
and branches for the corresponding gwc and gs to use but... I'll leave that as an exercise for those
interested :-p

If there are no objections I can make a PR to introduce this in GeoTools in the next few days.

Cheers
Andrea

PS: and yes, we'll need to setup a similar build for GeoWebCache too, to check eventual downstream
breakage in GeoServer.

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Re: circle-ci cross project integration tests

Jim Hughes-2

Hi Andrea,

Congrats, this is awesome!  I'm glad you were able to clean up what I started at the OSGeo code sprint!

Cheers,

Jim

On 5/19/2019 5:18 PM, Andrea Aime wrote:
Hi,
following on Jim's work I've prepared a build that seems to be doing the trick, and building
in sequence:
  • GeoTools (without tests, other builds cover that)
  • GeoWebCache (with tests)
  • GeoServer (with tests and community modules compile only)
All build in sequence in the same container, thus using the same repository and, what's important,
the same snapshots produced by the GeoTools build.

Jim was right, making the silly thing build without breaking on build limits has been the challenging
point, took a number of experiments to find the right way to pass the JVM params and set them
to a working condition.
Build times are surprisingly not bad, around 20 minutes total, which is compatible with the other
Travis builds the PRs are triggering.


and branch:

A successful build looks as follows:

image.png

I'm sure some adjustments are going to be needed, and we won't be able to trust these builds always
(like if a PR is meant to introduce a breaking change, well, it will break this build for sure).
I can imagine maybe some conventions in the commit message referring to the repos
and branches for the corresponding gwc and gs to use but... I'll leave that as an exercise for those
interested :-p

If there are no objections I can make a PR to introduce this in GeoTools in the next few days.

Cheers
Andrea

PS: and yes, we'll need to setup a similar build for GeoWebCache too, to check eventual downstream
breakage in GeoServer.

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Re: [Geotools-devel] circle-ci cross project integration tests

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On Sun, May 19, 2019 at 11:18 PM Andrea Aime <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,
following on Jim's work I've prepared a build that seems to be doing the trick, and building
in sequence:
  • GeoTools (without tests, other builds cover that)
  • GeoWebCache (with tests)
  • GeoServer (with tests and community modules compile only)
All build in sequence in the same container, thus using the same repository and, what's important,
the same snapshots produced by the GeoTools build.

Jim was right, making the silly thing build without breaking on build limits has been the challenging
point, took a number of experiments to find the right way to pass the JVM params and set them
to a working condition.
Build times are surprisingly not bad, around 20 minutes total, which is compatible with the other
Travis builds the PRs are triggering.


and branch:

A successful build looks as follows:

image.png

I'm sure some adjustments are going to be needed, and we won't be able to trust these builds always
(like if a PR is meant to introduce a breaking change, well, it will break this build for sure).
I can imagine maybe some conventions in the commit message referring to the repos
and branches for the corresponding gwc and gs to use but... I'll leave that as an exercise for those
interested :-p

If there are no objections I can make a PR to introduce this in GeoTools in the next few days.

Cheers
Andrea

PS: and yes, we'll need to setup a similar build for GeoWebCache too, to check eventual downstream
breakage in GeoServer.

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Re: [Geotools-devel] circle-ci cross project integration tests

Simone Giannecchini
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+1

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On Sun, May 19, 2019 at 11:18 PM Andrea Aime <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,
following on Jim's work I've prepared a build that seems to be doing the trick, and building
in sequence:
  • GeoTools (without tests, other builds cover that)
  • GeoWebCache (with tests)
  • GeoServer (with tests and community modules compile only)
All build in sequence in the same container, thus using the same repository and, what's important,
the same snapshots produced by the GeoTools build.

Jim was right, making the silly thing build without breaking on build limits has been the challenging
point, took a number of experiments to find the right way to pass the JVM params and set them
to a working condition.
Build times are surprisingly not bad, around 20 minutes total, which is compatible with the other
Travis builds the PRs are triggering.


and branch:

A successful build looks as follows:

image.png

I'm sure some adjustments are going to be needed, and we won't be able to trust these builds always
(like if a PR is meant to introduce a breaking change, well, it will break this build for sure).
I can imagine maybe some conventions in the commit message referring to the repos
and branches for the corresponding gwc and gs to use but... I'll leave that as an exercise for those
interested :-p

If there are no objections I can make a PR to introduce this in GeoTools in the next few days.

Cheers
Andrea

PS: and yes, we'll need to setup a similar build for GeoWebCache too, to check eventual downstream
breakage in GeoServer.

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Re: circle-ci cross project integration tests

Nuno Oliveira-3
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+1

On Mon, 2019-05-20 at 09:58 -0400, Jim Hughes wrote:

Hi Andrea,

Congrats, this is awesome!  I'm glad you were able to clean up what I started at the OSGeo code sprint!

Cheers,

Jim

On 5/19/2019 5:18 PM, Andrea Aime wrote:
Hi,
following on Jim's work I've prepared a build that seems to be doing the trick, and building
in sequence:
  • GeoTools (without tests, other builds cover that)
  • GeoWebCache (with tests)
  • GeoServer (with tests and community modules compile only)
All build in sequence in the same container, thus using the same repository and, what's important,
the same snapshots produced by the GeoTools build.

Jim was right, making the silly thing build without breaking on build limits has been the challenging
point, took a number of experiments to find the right way to pass the JVM params and set them
to a working condition.
Build times are surprisingly not bad, around 20 minutes total, which is compatible with the other
Travis builds the PRs are triggering.


and branch:

A successful build looks as follows:

image.png

I'm sure some adjustments are going to be needed, and we won't be able to trust these builds always
(like if a PR is meant to introduce a breaking change, well, it will break this build for sure).
I can imagine maybe some conventions in the commit message referring to the repos
and branches for the corresponding gwc and gs to use but... I'll leave that as an exercise for those
interested :-p

If there are no objections I can make a PR to introduce this in GeoTools in the next few days.

Cheers
Andrea

PS: and yes, we'll need to setup a similar build for GeoWebCache too, to check eventual downstream
breakage in GeoServer.

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Re: [Geowebcache-devel] circle-ci cross project integration tests

jody.garnett
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Andrea I was talking to Paul today,

Apparently GEOS is trying out Azure C I[1] which provides effectively unlimited jobs. Something to keep in mind with Travis being purchased.


On Sun, 19 May 2019 at 14:18, Andrea Aime <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,
following on Jim's work I've prepared a build that seems to be doing the trick, and building
in sequence:
  • GeoTools (without tests, other builds cover that)
  • GeoWebCache (with tests)
  • GeoServer (with tests and community modules compile only)
All build in sequence in the same container, thus using the same repository and, what's important,
the same snapshots produced by the GeoTools build.

Jim was right, making the silly thing build without breaking on build limits has been the challenging
point, took a number of experiments to find the right way to pass the JVM params and set them
to a working condition.
Build times are surprisingly not bad, around 20 minutes total, which is compatible with the other
Travis builds the PRs are triggering.


and branch:

A successful build looks as follows:

image.png

I'm sure some adjustments are going to be needed, and we won't be able to trust these builds always
(like if a PR is meant to introduce a breaking change, well, it will break this build for sure).
I can imagine maybe some conventions in the commit message referring to the repos
and branches for the corresponding gwc and gs to use but... I'll leave that as an exercise for those
interested :-p

If there are no objections I can make a PR to introduce this in GeoTools in the next few days.

Cheers
Andrea

PS: and yes, we'll need to setup a similar build for GeoWebCache too, to check eventual downstream
breakage in GeoServer.

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Re: [Geowebcache-devel] circle-ci cross project integration tests

geowolf
Hi Jody,
sounds interesting. Do you want to try and set it up, and then we compare the two and keep the one that works best?

Cheers
Andrea

On Fri, May 24, 2019 at 7:32 AM Jody Garnett <[hidden email]> wrote:
Andrea I was talking to Paul today,

Apparently GEOS is trying out Azure C I[1] which provides effectively unlimited jobs. Something to keep in mind with Travis being purchased.


On Sun, 19 May 2019 at 14:18, Andrea Aime <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,
following on Jim's work I've prepared a build that seems to be doing the trick, and building
in sequence:
  • GeoTools (without tests, other builds cover that)
  • GeoWebCache (with tests)
  • GeoServer (with tests and community modules compile only)
All build in sequence in the same container, thus using the same repository and, what's important,
the same snapshots produced by the GeoTools build.

Jim was right, making the silly thing build without breaking on build limits has been the challenging
point, took a number of experiments to find the right way to pass the JVM params and set them
to a working condition.
Build times are surprisingly not bad, around 20 minutes total, which is compatible with the other
Travis builds the PRs are triggering.


and branch:

A successful build looks as follows:

image.png

I'm sure some adjustments are going to be needed, and we won't be able to trust these builds always
(like if a PR is meant to introduce a breaking change, well, it will break this build for sure).
I can imagine maybe some conventions in the commit message referring to the repos
and branches for the corresponding gwc and gs to use but... I'll leave that as an exercise for those
interested :-p

If there are no objections I can make a PR to introduce this in GeoTools in the next few days.

Cheers
Andrea

PS: and yes, we'll need to setup a similar build for GeoWebCache too, to check eventual downstream
breakage in GeoServer.

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