Friday, October 19, 2007

Pybots updates

Time for the periodical update on the Pybots project. Since my last post in July, John Hampton added a buildslave running Gentoo on x86 and testing Trac and SQLAlchemy. A belated thank you to John.

I also had to disable the tests for bzr dev on my RH 9 buildslave, because for some reason they were leaving a lot of orphaned/zombie processes around.

With help from Jean-Paul Calderone from the Twisted team, we managed to get the Twisted buildslave (running RH 9) past some annoying multicast-related failures. Jean-Paul had me add an explicit iptables rule to allow multicast traffic. The rule is:
iptables -A INPUT -j ACCEPT -d

This seemed to have done the trick. There are some Twisted unit tests that still fail -- some of them are apparently due to the fact that raising string exceptions is now illegal in the Python trunk (2.6). Jean-Paul will investigate and I'll report on the findings -- after all, this type of issues is exactly why we set up the Pybots farm in the first place.

As usual, I end with a plea to people interested in running Pybots buidlslaves to either send a message to the mailing list, or contact me directly at grig at gheorghiu dot net.

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