On 3/21/12 6:52 AM, Peter Jones wrote:
On 03/21/2012 09:21 AM, Josh Boyer wrote:
> Except when people are forced to look at it, their solution was often
> ExcludeArch for PPC. As I said in the other thread, you cannot force
> people to care about an architecture they don't know or want to learn.
That suggests we need a FTBFS-like nightly test that lets us know about
unexpected ExcludeArches in the distro.
This sounds like the perfect use case for a SCM feature I haven't had
the time to work on.
If all commit diffs are sent to a message bus by way of a git hook, then
one consumer on the bus could be canning for additions of ExcludeArch.
When these are discovered a bug could be filed automatically, or some
group would get notified, basically something would happen, and we
wouldn't depend on a human noticing the change or following policy to
file a bug.
In the short term, if this is something we see high value in tracking,
we can just add another git hook to do this directly, rather than
relying on a message bus.
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