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Oliver Smith f6d567885d jobs/ttcn3: split *-kernel-git to own file
Move ttcn3-ggsn-test-kernel-git into its own file, so the parameters
that are only relevant for cloning a kernel from git, do not show up in
all other TTCN-3 jenkins jobs.

Related: OS#3208
Change-Id: Iafbe6139db47c2918dc1fd7c3bacf38da326d9c8
2021-03-02 13:26:08 +00:00
ansible ansible: tasks/osmo-ci: clone osmo-gsm-manuals 2021-01-13 11:33:16 +01:00
contrib contrib/jenkins: add missing cd ~/osmo-ci 2021-01-13 16:25:20 +01:00
coverity jenkins: add osmo-smlc to coverity and ttcn3 jobs 2020-10-21 00:55:59 +02:00
jobs jobs/ttcn3: split *-kernel-git to own file 2021-03-02 13:26:08 +00:00
qemu-kvm/ggsn-kernel-gtp update OBS Release.key; the old one expired today. 2020-03-30 18:22:59 +02:00
scripts OBS: latest: fix code path to add new package 2021-03-02 12:23:01 +00:00
.gitignore repo-install-test: add KEEP_CACHE env var 2020-05-28 09:53:22 +00:00
.gitreview Add .gitreview 2017-06-12 18:33:33 +02:00
README.adoc OBS: add debian10 specific patch for limesuite 2020-05-25 11:47:11 +02:00


Scripts used for the CI handling and coverity uploads

coverity: scripts used to submit the osmocom sources for coverity scan.
This depends on these, which are not included in osmo-ci:
- a tokens.txt file in coverity/ -- see coverity/get_token.sh
- a cov-analysis-linux64-8.5.0 in coverity/
  (or the like, may need to adjust some scripts to match)

jobs: Jenkins Job Builder YAML files defining jenkins jobs. Read jobs/README.adoc
for more information about deployment.

scripts: used by jenkins jobs. Various osmo*/contrib/jenkins.sh scripts assume
osmo-ci to be checked out in the build slave user's home, i.e. using a PATH of

obs-patches: patches to build projects for various debian distributions, e.g.
a patch for limesuite that fixes the libwxgtk3.0-dev => libwxgtk3.0-gtk3-dev
rename in control/debian for debian10. Used by osmo_obs_distro_specific_patch()
in scripts/common-obs.sh.

_docker_playground: Clone of docker-playground.git, so the scripts can build
required docker images. This dir gets created on demand by scripts/common.sh,
and automatically fetched and reset to "origin/master" (override with
$OSMO_BRANCH_DOCKER_PLAYGROUND). The fetch and reset gets skipped if
_docker_playground is a symlink. For development, set it up as follows:

 $ git clone https://git.osmocom.org/docker-playground
 $ git clone https://git.osmocom.org/osmo-ci
 $ cd osmo-ci
 $ ln -s ../docker-playground _docker_playground