|tagger||Thomas Wolf <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Thu Jun 03 09:28:25 2021 +0200|
|author||Thomas Wolf <email@example.com>||Thu Jun 03 08:41:25 2021 +0200|
|committer||Thomas Wolf <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Thu Jun 03 09:00:21 2021 +0200|
Add a "noTests" config parameter Add a new configuration parameter to skip tests and static checks. If true, also skip reporting. By default false. This can be used to make builds do only the bare minimum to produce JARs and a p2 update site. This is intended for exceptional use only, for instance if the CI infrastructure is overloaded or otherwise has problems, or unstable tests make build fails constantly, and you need to get a release out of the door. It is assumed that tests have been run locally. Change-Id: I120ab054c625de48ef67a041e70b9be6901b3b08 Signed-off-by: Thomas Wolf <email@example.com>
This repository contains the EGit Jenkins pipeline library.
For general information about Jenkins pipeline shared libraries see the Jenkins documentation.
Jenkins pipelines are written in Groovy; for development in Eclipse it may help to install the Groovy Development Tools. Be aware, though, that GDT patches the JDT Java compiler; a particular version of GDT thus works only with a particular version of JDT. If you use an Eclipse I-build (nightly development build for the next release), GDT will fail to install.
The library is intended to be used for the Jenkins builds of the egit/egit and the egit/egit-github repositories.
It provides several kinds of general pipelines that can be configured:
verifyBuildis a simple pipeline that builds and runs the tests for a Gerrit patch set.
productBuildis intended to be run when a Gerrit patch set is submitted and builds a full distribution (nightly or stable build).
uiNode encapsulates the general Jenkins slave setup to run a build including UI tests on a JIRO node.
src contains auxiliary Groovy classes encapsulating generally useful operations.
The content of this repository is licensed under the EPL 2.0.