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How to fix a Jenkins error?

asked 2015-08-24 07:33:37 -0500

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Hello everyone,

the binary builds of my package in Jenkins failed with a dependency error. I fixed the error in my CMakeLists.txt file and updated the Github repo accordingly. However the last two builds still failed with the same error. I was assuming that Jenkins downloads the files from Github every time it tries to build?

Do I have to do anything else in order to make Jenkins build from the updated repo?

Thanks!

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answered 2015-08-24 07:46:49 -0500

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Do I have to do anything else in order to make Jenkins build from the updated repo?

yes: you have to do a Bloom release of the fixed version. Jenkins (the buildfarm really) will only build released versions of your packages. It does not make a clone of HEAD.

PS:

the binary builds of my package in Jenkins failed with a dependency error. I fixed the error in my CMakeLists.txt file and updated the Github repo accordingly.

To catch these kind of things before you push a new release, you can do a prerelease test run, see wiki/bloom/Tutorials/PrereleaseTest.

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