CHICKEN automated tests
Here you can find daily results for automated tests executed for CHICKEN and all its eggs.
The tests are performed by Salmonella using a fresh clone of the CHICKEN core sources on an environment which contains external libraries and tools required to build most eggs. Salmonella runs the build process for the CHICKEN core sources and uses the freshly-built compiler to install and test all the latest released egg versions from the repository.
Here are the results, organized by branch in the CHICKEN core repository, C compiler, operating system, hardware platform and date (YYYY/MM/DD):
|OS||HW||Branch||C compiler||Debug?||Speed?||Cached?||Results||Atom feeds|
The Debug? column indicates whether CHICKEN was built with the DEBUGBUILD variable set or not.
The Speed? columns indicates whether CHICKEN was built with the OPTMIZE_FOR_SPEED variable set or not.
The Cached? column indicates the salmonella operation mode. In the non cached mode, salmonella sets the local egg repository empty after testing each egg. By doing this, salmonella is able to catch dependencies problems, at the cost of being very slow. In the cached mode, salmonella does not set the local egg repository empty after testing eggs. This mode is much faster, but it is not able to catch dependencies problems.
Each daily-generated directory contains the following directories:
- salmonella-report: the full HTML-formatted salmonella output (generated by salmonella-html-report).
- yesterday-diff: a summary of changes against the yesterday's report (generated by salmonella-diff).
- run-salmonella.logz: the gzip-compressed log of fetching and building CHICKEN, and the summarized output from the execution of salmonella.
- salmonella.log.bz2: the raw salmonella output (compressed with bzip2).
Feeds for eggs
If you want to be notified when some egg breaks, you can subscribe to the test feeds (see the Atom feeds column in the table above). They are updated when installation or tests break.
If you have a Subversion account for the eggs repository, you can create a custom feed configuration file for you to summarizes the status for all the eggs you want to follow. Take a look at one of the custom files under the salmonella-custom-feeds directory. The generated custom feed files are written to the custom directory under the feeds web directory (example).
Atom feeds for salmonella results are generated by salmonella-feeds.
About the test machines
- Linux (Raspberry Pi OS, based on Debian 10), arm64
- provided by a CHICKEN user
- Linux (Debian 9), x86-64
- provided by bevuta IT GmbH
- Linux (Debian 10), x86
- provided by Mario Domenech Goulart
- FreeBSD (13.0), x86-64
- provided by the Blind and Low Vision Unix Users Group
- OpenBSD (6.8), x86-84
- provided by a CHICKEN contributor