PCRE2 infrastructure has moved
philip.hazel at gmail.com
Sat Dec 11 10:45:30 CET 2021
I have at last got round to dealing with this. I think I have followed your
instructions for setting up the webhook in GitHub, and the personal access
I hope I've done it right!
On Thu, 2 Sept 2021 at 09:48, Dagobert Michelsen <dam at opencsw.org> wrote:
> Hi Philip,
> Am 27.08.2021 um 17:11 schrieb Philip Hazel <philip.hazel at gmail.com>:
> > For some time now the OpenCSW project Buildbot has been (very usefully!
> thank you) running builds of PCRE and PCRE2. The original PCRE (PCRE1) is
> now at end of life and no more changes are planned, so there is no point in
> continuing with those builds. The PCRE2 project has just moved from
> vcs.exim.org to a new home on GitHub (https://github.com/PhilipHazel/pcre2)
> and that is where development will now happen. I'd be grateful if you could
> update your Waterfall configuration to pull the sources from the new
> repository. The old one will no longer change, and at some point soon it
> will disappear. Note also that my primary email has moved to this gmail
> Sure. There is also the possibility to integrate the CI more tightly in
> the GitHub build process: the build can be triggered via GitHub push
> and pull requests. For this to work it would be nice if you could set
> up a hook in the GitHub pcre2 project:
> Payload URL:
> Content Type: application/json
> Secret: c0b145501adb70e910cd384f2c4034e9
> Events: pull request, push
> Then either generate a personal access token with the scope „repo:status“
> or add
> @buildbot-opencsw to the collectd-project as collaborator (token is
> probably more secure).
> Please send me the token so I can configure it properly in our buildbot.
> After that hopefully pull requests will be automatically checked on
> Solaris and status
> easily visible directly in GitHub next to the commit.
> Of course I can also stick to the existing polling method if you think
> this is
> not helpfull or too much work :-)
> Best regards
> — Dago
> "You don't become great by trying to be great, you become great by wanting
> to do something,
> and then doing it so hard that you become great in the process." - xkcd
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