On Mon, Feb 20, 2017 at 11:03:52AM +0800, Fengguang Wu wrote:
We actually already test LKML patch in that way (Xiaolong maintains
this feature). Nevertheless if developers specify "base-commit:" it
could help eliminate the guessing works by the dumb robot. We'll
appreciate if the "base-commit:" or "base-patchid:" tags are listed
in the patches, especially in some non-obvious situations.
Can I specify multiple base commits for testing stable backports?
base-commit: v4.9.11, v4.4.50, v3.10.105,...
Such tags could be regarded as "explicit" test requests, where we could
send "BUILD COMPLETE" emails as a response (comparing to our normal
LKML patch tests, which only build regressions will trigger an email
Yap, similar to those you guys sent when a new branch on k.org has been
Btw, can we make the format layout this way:
<0day bot tags>
so that when we send it to lkml, it doesn't interfere with review by
slapping the tags at the beginning of the patch?
Also, should we CC some special mailing list which the 0day bot parses
or lkml is enough?