On 26.01.22 12:43, Alice Ferrazzi wrote:
On Wed, Jan 26, 2022 at 7:37 PM Jan Kiszka <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Is not as we are adding dmesg.sh script (please check the next commit).
On 26.01.22 11:27, Alice Ferrazzi wrote:
On Wed, Jan 26, 2022 at 6:37 PM Jan Kiszka <email@example.com> wrote:Fork where there is relevant different, use the same one where there is
from my understanding we decided to don't go in that way,
On 20.01.22 13:54, Alice Ferrazzi wrote:
This patch series add a new image with settings forDidn't you also want to de-duplicate the customization recipe, build
This new image is called cip-core-image-kernelci and is
based on isar-cip-core general image with some changes
needed for make it work with KernelCI and taken from
KernelCI image base settings.
The cip-core-image-kernelci images are built by GitlabCI
and uploaded to KernelCI production fileserver.
These patches are already integrated in the
isar-cip-core:alicef/kernelci_master_refactor repository branch
and are generating the images that are currently
used by KernelCI.
cip-core-image-kernelci as been tested and are
already used in KernelCI production with good results.
* drop trailing semicolon from gitlab-ci.yml
kernelci on top of the common one?
because changes in the common part could break the more generics
not. Duplicating files/99-silent-printk.conf and files/ethernet is
surely pointless. The latter will actually cause unneeded maintenance
efforts when adding new boards.
Please also avoid needless diffs between the recipes so that they can be
re-aligned easily when boards are added.
And I still think we will eventually miss the wireless setting from the
generic customization packages in kernelci, ie. the only real difference
in those recipes now.
KernelCI have a different environment than CIP current gitlab testing.
That's why the last time we decided to merge as is.
I misinterpreted this.
Then I'll merge and clean up on top. Duplications should be avoided where possible, and it is perfectly possible here, to a certain degree.
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