Infra have a bot that posts a comment to bugzilla issue #42 if the
string "issue #42" appears in a log message. Is that something we want
to enable? Does our tracker supports the bugzilla XML RPC API, or some
other way for a script to post comments to issues on it?
----- Forwarded message from Daniel Shahaf <d.s_at_daniel.shahaf.name> -----
> From: Daniel Shahaf <d.s_at_daniel.shahaf.name>
> Subject: Re: the AOO SVN->Bugzilla Robot is running inside the ASF
> infrastructure now
> To: Herbert Duerr <hdu_ooo_at_alice.de>
> Cc: infrastructure_at_apache.org
> Date: Fri, 30 Nov 2012 12:19:58 +0200
> Message-ID: <20121130101958.GK3035_at_lp-shahaf.local>
> CC -= AOO
> For infra audience I'll describe the thing: it's a daemon, runs on infra
> hardware, that watches svn logs and whenever they mention a bugzilla
> issue, cross-posts the revision to the issue.
> Herbert --- dev_at_svn might be interested, I'll ask. Also I you mightc
> link your svn2bz bot from the www.a.o/dev/ web pages --- there is a list
> if "in-house services" in one of them.
> Herbert Duerr wrote on Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 11:10:46 +0100:
> > Starting from yesterday the SVN->Bugzilla robot is running on ASF
> > servers . This will improve its reliabilty quite a bit, as power
> > outages, DNS changes, mandatory OS reboots, etc. won't interrupt the
> > service as much.
> > I'd like to point out that it depends on reliably parseable issue
> > references in the commit message summary, such as
> > #i123# one summary
> > #4321# another summary
> > #i5678 more of the same
> > #98765 still more
> > which were recognized. The logs showed that more styles such as
> > Fixed issue #1234: summary
> > i5678 - yet another summary
> > were used. I added support for these too, but I'd like to limit these
> > variations.
> > I don't know were the limit for such variations should be, but issue
> > references named in roman numerals or spelled out in some dialects are
> > out of scope ;-)
> > Thanks to the ASF infrastructure team for allowing the robot to run
> > inside the infrastructure and for their valuable advice. Special thanks
> > to Daniel Shahaf for his patience.
> >  https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/INFRA-5004
> > Herbert
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