We have one big bibisect repository at:
which covers the range up to 4.0 branch off and a freshly created one that covers the builds from that point up to 2013-10-12 on master:
It would be great to merge these together to one big repository covering all the range from 2011-08 until 2013-10 ...
A script for that is available at:
but it likely needs some tweaks before it can be used. After the repositories are merged, running a "git repack -ad --depth 500 --window 100" or somesuch might make the resulting repo smaller.
Note: general hints on what bibisect is and how to use it are to be found at:
I'll take a peek at this over the weekend. I'll need to ping cloph and make sure that we have a repo set up somewhere for it to live..
Hmm.. bug status doesn't auto-update to ASSIGNED
(In reply to comment #3)
> Hmm.. bug status doesn't auto-update to ASSIGNED
Can we add that to our to-do list after bugzilla migration?
(In reply to comment #4)
> (In reply to comment #3)
> > Hmm.. bug status doesn't auto-update to ASSIGNED
> Can we add that to our to-do list after bugzilla migration?
Repo created and pushed up to test server. For (test) access, email me a public ssh key.
More details on the QA list
2013-11-25 bibisect repo added to bibisectzilla (and pushed up to test server).
- Have people test the repo
- Get a permanent home for this repo from Cloph
docs updated and all, RESOLVED/FIXED for now.
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