1. 10 Aug, 2021 1 commit
  2. 29 Jul, 2021 1 commit
    • Massimiliano Culpo's avatar
      Move build tests from GA to Gitlab (#25120) · b42b0cd4
      Massimiliano Culpo authored
      Modifications:
      
      - Remove the "build tests" workflow from GitHub Actions
      - Setup a similar e2e test on Gitlab
      
      In this way we'll reduce load on GitHub Actions workflows and for e2e tests will
      benefit from the buildcache reuse granted by pipelines.
      b42b0cd4
  3. 13 Jul, 2021 1 commit
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  5. 17 Mar, 2021 1 commit
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      Speed-up CI by reorganizing tests (#22247) · b304b4bd
      Massimiliano Culpo authored
      * unit tests: mark slow tests as "maybeslow"
      
      This commit also removes the "network" marker and
      marks every "network" test as "maybeslow". Tests
      marked as db are maintained, but they're not slow
      anymore.
      
      * GA: require style tests to pass before running unit-tests
      
      * GA: make MacOS unit tests fail fast
      
      * GA: move all unit tests into the same workflow, run style tests as a prerequisite
      
      All the unit tests have been moved into the same workflow so that a single
      run of the dorny/paths-filter action can be used to ask for coverage based
      on the files that have been changed in a PR. The basic idea is that for PRs
      that introduce only changes to packages coverage is not necessary, this
      resulting in a faster execution of the tests.
      
      Also, for package only PRs slow unit tests are skipped.
      
      Finally, MacOS and linux unit tests are now conditional on style tests passing
      meaning that e.g. we won't waste a MacOS worker if we know that the PR has
      flake8 issues.
      
      * Addressed review comments
      
      * Skipping slow tests on MacOS for package only recipes
      
      * QA: make tests on changes correct before merging
      b304b4bd
  6. 10 Oct, 2020 1 commit
  7. 13 Aug, 2020 2 commits
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      Move Python 2.6 unit tests to Github Actions (#17279) · 1707448f
      Massimiliano Culpo authored
      * Run Python2.6 unit tests on Github Actions
      * Skip url tests on Python 2.6 to reduce waiting times
      * Skip foreground background tests on Python 2.6 to reduce waiting times
      * Removed references to Travis in the documentation
      * Deleted install_patchelf.sh (can be installed from repo on CentOS 6)
      1707448f
    • Todd Gamblin's avatar
      docs: document releases and branches in Spack · 30388283
      Todd Gamblin authored
      - [x] Remove references to `master` branch
      - [x] Document how release branches are structured
      - [x] Document how to make a major release
      - [x] Document how to make a point release
      - [x] Document how to do work in our release projects
      30388283
  8. 01 Aug, 2020 1 commit
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      Move Python 2.6 unit tests to Github Actions (#17279) · 9dbad500
      Massimiliano Culpo authored
      * Run Python2.6 unit tests on Github Actions
      * Skip url tests on Python 2.6 to reduce waiting times
      * Skip foreground background tests on Python 2.6 to reduce waiting times
      * Removed references to Travis in the documentation
      * Deleted install_patchelf.sh (can be installed from repo on CentOS 6)
      9dbad500
  9. 08 Jul, 2020 1 commit
  10. 07 Jul, 2020 1 commit
    • Todd Gamblin's avatar
      docs: document releases and branches in Spack · 9ec9327f
      Todd Gamblin authored
      - [x] Remove references to `master` branch
      - [x] Document how release branches are structured
      - [x] Document how to make a major release
      - [x] Document how to make a point release
      - [x] Document how to do work in our release projects
      9ec9327f
  11. 23 Jun, 2020 1 commit
    • Massimiliano Culpo's avatar
      Added unit tests to Github Actions (#16610) · 239b709f
      Massimiliano Culpo authored
      * Added unit tests to Github Actions
      
      * Set user e-mail and name for git tests to succeed
      
      * Simplify setup.sh logic
      
      * Replicate Travis script on Github Actions
      
      * Update flags since '.' is not allowed
      
      * Added badge, simplified workflow
      
      * Remove pinning of coverage
      
      * Remove unit tests run on Github Actions from Travis
      239b709f
  12. 16 Jun, 2020 1 commit
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  16. 01 Jan, 2020 1 commit
    • Todd Gamblin's avatar
      tests: rename checks in github actions · 9192f046
      Todd Gamblin authored
      I usually want to look at the Travis CI output, but I currently have to
      scroll down to see it. This renames checks to be a bit shorter and more
      consistent with Travis's naming, and also so that actions appear lower
      than travis and codecov in the list of checks.
      9192f046
  17. 25 Dec, 2019 1 commit
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      Migrate build tests from Travis to Github Actions (#13967) · 2aa8132a
      Massimiliano Culpo authored
      This PR moves build smoke tests from TravisCI and migrates them to Github Actions. The result is that build tests are performed in parallel with unit tests and they don't hog additional resources on Travis. The workflow will not run if a PR only changes packages in the built-in repository, but will always run on pushes to develop or master.
      
      * Removed build tests from Travis and passed them to Github Actions
      * Store ~/.ccache in Github Actions cache
      * Add filters on paths and make sure this workflow don't run
      * Use paths-ignore and exclude only files in the built-in repo
      * Added a badge to README.md
      2aa8132a
  18. 01 Jul, 2019 2 commits
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  24. 07 Nov, 2017 1 commit
    • Todd Gamblin's avatar
      add artisanal handcrafted SVG Spack logo. (#6165) · 3a0324fe
      Todd Gamblin authored
      - This isn't one of those autogenerated SVGs from a drawing program!
      
      - This is a completely re-traced, minimalist SVG file with clearly
        delineated pieces so that your favorite renderer can draw a Spack logo
        at whatever resolution you want.
      
      - Included versions with text, as well.
      3a0324fe
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