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# -*- python -*-
# ex: set filetype=python:

from buildbot.plugins import *

# This is a sample buildmaster config file. It must be installed as
# 'master.cfg' in your buildmaster's base directory.

# This is the dictionary that the buildmaster pays attention to. We also use
# a shorter alias to save typing.
c = BuildmasterConfig = {}

# Silence warning and allow very basic phoning home.
c["buildbotNetUsageData"] = "basic"

####### WORKERS

# The 'workers' list defines the set of recognized workers. Each element is
# a Worker object, specifying a unique worker name and password.  The same
# worker name and password must be configured on the worker.
c["workers"] = [worker.Worker("lcov-worker", "lcov-pass"),
                worker.Worker("selenium-worker", "selenium-pass"),
                worker.Worker("doc-worker", "doc-pass"),
                worker.Worker("switcher-worker", "switcher-pass"),
                worker.Worker("debug-worker", "debug-pass"),
                worker.Worker("wallet-worker", "wallet-pass")]

# 'protocols' contains information about protocols which master will use for
# communicating with workers. You must define at least 'port' option that workers
# could connect to your master with this protocol.
# 'port' must match the value configured into the workers (with their
# --master option)
c["protocols"] = {"pb": {"port": "tcp:9989:interface=127.0.0.1"}}

####### CHANGESOURCES

# the 'change_source' setting tells the buildmaster how it should find out
# about source code changes.

# NOTE: BB is bound to localhost
allcs = changes.PBChangeSource(user="allcs", passwd="allcs")

c["change_source"] = [allcs]

####### SCHEDULERS

# Configure the Schedulers, which decide how to react to incoming changes.

# Re-build documentation periodically
doc_scheduler = schedulers.SingleBranchScheduler(
        name="periodic-doc-scheduler",
        builderNames=["doc-builder"],
        #FIXME, this way we build components' manuals only if 'api' or 'www' get pushed.
        change_filter=util.ChangeFilter(branch="master", project_re="api|www"),
        treeStableTimer=None)

wallet_scheduler = schedulers.SingleBranchScheduler(
        name="wallet-scheduler",
        change_filter=util.ChangeFilter(branch="master", project_re="wallet|deployment"),
        treeStableTimer=None,
        builderNames=["wallet-builder"])

all_scheduler = schedulers.SingleBranchScheduler(
        name="all-scheduler",
        change_filter=util.ChangeFilter(branch="master", project_re="wallet|bank|exchange|merchant|deployment"),
        treeStableTimer=None,
        builderNames=[
            "lcov-builder",
            "selenium-builder",
            "switcher-builder",
            "wallet-builder"])

# Scheduler monitoring the help.git repo; a forgotten repo we
# use to test BB.
debug_scheduler = schedulers.SingleBranchScheduler(
        name="debug-scheduler",
        change_filter=util.ChangeFilter(branch="master", project="help"),
        treeStableTimer=None,
        builderNames=["debug-builder"])

# Provide "force" button in the web UI
force_scheduler = schedulers.ForceScheduler(
        name="force-scheduler",
        builderNames=[
            "lcov-builder",
            "selenium-builder",
            "switcher-builder",
            "doc-builder",
            "wallet-builder"])

c["schedulers"] = [doc_scheduler, wallet_scheduler, all_scheduler, force_scheduler, debug_scheduler]

####### BUILDERS

# The 'builders' list defines the Builders, which tell Buildbot how to perform a build:
# what steps, and which workers can execute them.  Note that any particular build will
# only take place on one worker.

# FIXME: the bad side of these builders is that they expect the worker's environment
# to be _already_ set up (codedbases, scripts, etc).  In other words, it's not "self-contained".

from buildbot.steps.source.git import Git
from buildbot.steps.shell import ShellCommand

wallet_factory = util.BuildFactory()

wallet_factory.addStep(Git(repourl="git://git.taler.net/wallet-webex.git",
                           mode="full",
                           method="fresh",
                           logEnviron=False,
                           alwaysUseLatest=True,
                           haltOnFailure=True,
                           branch="master"))

wallet_factory.addStep(ShellCommand(name="configuration",
                                    description="Running configure script",
                                    descriptionDone="Correctly configured",
                                    command=["./configure"],
                                    workdir="build/"))

wallet_factory.addStep(ShellCommand(name="test",
                                    description="Running wallet tests",
                                    descriptionDone="Test correctly run",
                                    command=["make", "check"],
                                    workdir="build/"))

debug_factory = util.BuildFactory()
debug_factory.addStep(ShellCommand(name="echo debug",
                                   description="just echoing a word",
                                   descriptionDone="builder responded",
                                   command=["echo", "I'm here!"]))

lcov_factory = util.BuildFactory()

lcov_factory.addStep(Git(repourl='git://git.taler.net/deployment.git',
                         mode="full",
                         method='fresh',
                         logEnviron=False,
                         alwaysUseLatest=True,
                         haltOnFailure=True,
                         branch='master'))
lcov_factory.addStep(ShellCommand(name="invalidation",
                                  description="Invalidating timestamps",
                                  descriptionDone="timestamps invalidated",
                                  command=["./invalidate.sh"], 
                                  workdir="build/taler-build"))
lcov_factory.addStep(ShellCommand(name="build",
                                  description="Compiling..",
                                  descriptionDone="lcov files generated",
                                  command=["make", "lcov"], 
                                  workdir="build/taler-build",
                                  env={"PATH": "${HOME}/local/bin:${PATH}",
                                  "TALER_CHECKDB": "postgresql:///talercheck?host=/home/${USER}/sockets"}))

switcher_factory = util.BuildFactory()
switcher_factory.addStep(Git(repourl='git://git.taler.net/deployment.git',
                         mode="full",
                         method="fresh",
                         logEnviron=False,
                         alwaysUseLatest=True,
                         haltOnFailure=True,
                         branch="master"))
switcher_factory.addStep(ShellCommand(name="build",
                                  description="Building inactive blue-green party.",
                                  descriptionDone="Compile.",
                                  command=["./build.sh"],
                                  workdir="build/buildbot"))
switcher_factory.addStep(ShellCommand(name="restart services",
                                  description="Restarting inactive blue-green party.",
                                  descriptionDone="Restarting Taler.",
                                  command=["./restart.sh"],
                                  workdir="build/buildbot"))
switcher_factory.addStep(ShellCommand(name="check services correctly restarted",
                                  description="Checking services are correctly restarted.",
                                  descriptionDone="All services are correctly restarted.",
                                  command=["./checks.sh"],
                                  workdir="build/buildbot"))
switcher_factory.addStep(ShellCommand(name="switch active party",
                                  description="Switch to the party which was inactive.",
                                  descriptionDone="Active party has been switched.",
                                  command=["./switch.sh"],
                                  workdir="build/buildbot"))
selenium_factory = util.BuildFactory()
selenium_factory.addStep(ShellCommand(name="selenium",
                                      description="Headless browser test",
                                      descriptionDone="Test finished",
                                      command=["launch_selenium_test"],
                                      env={'PATH': "${HOME}/local/bin:/usr/lib/chromium:${PATH}"}))

# this factory builds {api,docs}.taler.net AND {www,stage}.taler.net
doc_factory = util.BuildFactory()

doc_factory.addStep(Git(repourl="git://git.taler.net/deployment.git",
                        mode="full",
                        method="fresh",
                        logEnviron=False,
                        alwaysUseLatest=True,
                        haltOnFailure=True,
                        branch='master'))
doc_factory.addStep(ShellCommand(name="build docs",
                                 description="Building documentation.",
                                 descriptionDone="Documentation built.",
                                 command=["./update_docs.sh"],
                                 workdir="build/taler-build"))
doc_factory.addStep(ShellCommand(name="build www",
                                 description="Building www.taler.net.",
                                 descriptionDone="www.taler.net built",
                                 command=["./update_www.sh"],
                                 workdir="build/taler-build"))
doc_factory.addStep(ShellCommand(name="build www-stage",
                                 description="Building stage.taler.net.",
                                 descriptionDone="stage.taler.net built",
                                 command=["./update_stage.sh"],
                                 workdir="build/taler-build"))

debug_builder = util.BuilderConfig(
        name="debug-builder",
        workernames=["debug-worker"],
        factory=debug_factory)

lcov_builder = util.BuilderConfig(
        name="lcov-builder",
        workernames=["lcov-worker"],
        factory=lcov_factory)

switcher_builder = util.BuilderConfig(
        name="switcher-builder",
        workernames=["switcher-worker"],
        factory=switcher_factory)

selenium_builder = util.BuilderConfig(
        name="selenium-builder",
        workernames=["selenium-worker"],
        factory=selenium_factory)

doc_builder = util.BuilderConfig(
        name="doc-builder",
        workernames=["doc-worker"],
        factory=doc_factory)

wallet_builder = util.BuilderConfig(
        name="wallet-builder",
        workernames=["wallet-worker"],
        factory=wallet_factory)

c["builders"] = [lcov_builder, switcher_builder, selenium_builder, doc_builder, wallet_builder, debug_builder]

####### BUILDBOT SERVICES

# 'services' is a list of BuildbotService items like reporter targets. The
# status of each build will be pushed to these targets. buildbot/reporters/*.py
# has a variety to choose from, like IRC bots.

from buildbot.plugins import reporters
irc = reporters.IRC("irc.eu.freenode.net", "taler-bb",
                    useColors=False,
                    channels=[{"channel": "#taler"}],
                    password="taler-bb-pass19",
                    notify_events={'exception': 1, 'successToFailure': 1, 'failureToSuccess': 1})
email = reporters.MailNotifier(fromaddr="testbuild@taler.net",
                               sendToInterestedUsers=False,
                               mode=("problem"),
                               builders=("switcher-builder",
                                         "doc-builder",
                                         "wallet-builder",
                                         "selenium-builder"),
                               extraRecipients=["buildfailures@taler.net"],
                               subject="Taler build.")

c["services"] = [irc, email]

####### PROJECT IDENTITY

c["title"] = "Taler"
c["titleURL"] = "https://taler.net"

# We use nginx to expose the BB under this URL.
c["buildbotURL"] = "https://buildbot.taler.net/"

# minimalistic config to activate new web UI
c["www"] = dict(port=8010,
                plugins=dict(waterfall_view={}, console_view={}),
                allowed_origins=["https://*.taler.net"])

####### DB URL

c["db"] = {
    # This specifies what database buildbot uses to store its state.  You can leave
    # this at its default for all but the largest installations.
    "db_url" : "sqlite:///state.sqlite",
}