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Commit e7fa054b authored by Hannah von Reth's avatar Hannah von Reth

Craft: gather src packages

parent 02884f97
......@@ -177,3 +177,51 @@ pipelineJob( "Craft_Builder_Cleanup" ) {
}
}
// gath src files
def srcJobsToParse = readFileFromWorkspace('craft-cache/experimental-pipelines/gathered-jobs.json')
def srcExperimentalJobs = new groovy.json.JsonSlurper().parseText( srcJobsToParse )
knownSrcJobs.each {
// Create our job name
def jobName = "Craft_Build_Src_Cache_${it.craftPlatform}"
// Read in the necessary Pipeline template
def pipelineTemplate = readFileFromWorkspace("craft-cache/src-pipelines/${it.buildPipeline}.pipeline")
// Now we can construct our Pipeline script
// We append a series of variables to the top of it to provide a variety of useful information to the otherwise templated script
// These appended variables are what makes one build different to the next, aside from the template which was used
def pipelineScript = """
|def craftPlatform = "${it.craftPlatform}"
|${pipelineTemplate}""".stripMargin()
// Actually create the job now
pipelineJob( jobName ) {
properties {
// We don't want to keep build results forever
// We'll set it to keep the last 10 builds and discard everything else
buildDiscarder {
strategy {
logRotator {
numToKeepStr("5")
daysToKeepStr('')
artifactDaysToKeepStr('')
artifactNumToKeepStr('')
}
}
}
// We don't want to be building the same project more than once
// This is to prevent one project hogging resources
// And also has a practical component as otherwise an older build could finish afterwards and upload old build results
disableConcurrentBuilds()
}
// This is where the Pipeline script actually happens :)
definition {
cps {
script( pipelineScript )
sandbox()
}
}
}
}
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