|Alex Kost 5c268a3c23 Update version to 0.2.2||5 years ago|
|.gitignore||5 years ago|
|README.org||5 years ago|
|build-farm-build.el||5 years ago|
|build-farm-evaluation.el||5 years ago|
|build-farm-jobset.el||5 years ago|
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|https://hydra.nixos||Hydra for Nix|
|https://hydra.gnu||Hydra for Guix|
|https://berlin.guixsd||Cuirass for Guix|
This package allows you to look at builds, jobsets, evaluations and projects of these build farms.
Emacs-Build-Farm can be installed using Guix or from MELPA.
guix package -i emacs-build-farm
If you added "melpa" or "melpa-stable" archives to
it is described on the MELPA Getting Started page, you can install
M-x package-install or =M-x list-packages=
The entry point for the available features is
M-x build-farm command.
It provides a magit-popup interface to display evaluations, builds,
jobsets and projects.
Alternatively, you can use the following
M-x commands directly:
Most of the above commands show "list" buffers (list of builds, etc.). These lists provide some key bindings, the main of which are:
h(hint): allows you to look at the provided key bindings;
In the beginning there was Nix, and Hydra was its build farm. Then there appeared Guix which is technically very similar to Nix, except it is written in Guile. At first, Guix also used Hydra. Then Guix decided to make its own build farm, also written in Guile. So there appeared Cuirass. And Cuirass was very similar to Hydra, but afterwards it diverged quite a lot.
In particular, Cuirass does not have a notion of "project" anymore. Hydra has "projects" and "jobsets" inside each project. But Cuirass decided that projects are not needed, so it has only "jobsets".