Question: Any jenkins experts in here?

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ghadi
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2017-11-07 21:44:41

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dpsutton 2017-11-07 21:45:22 what's your problem? there was a change to checkout and tags that bit us recently if that's what you're dealing with not an expert but we dealt with that in particular
ghadi 2017-11-07 21:46:09 I'm trying to make a build trigger upon _either_ push to master _or_ open a PR. If I configure the hooks to be push events + open PR events, then I get duplicate builds when someone opens a PR. One build for when they push to their branch, another for when they open the PR.
seancorfield 2017-11-07 21:52:12 "reducers" not reduce -- or am I misunderstanding your response @pablore ?
kristian507 2017-11-07 22:03:20 where are you pulling from? GitHub offers refs for PRs; +:refs/pull/*/head
ghadi 2017-11-07 22:08:14 gitlab -> jenkins
kristian507 2017-11-07 22:11:06 ah, I don't think there's a setting to filter refs in the gitlab integration hmm, looks like you can filter refs on the Jenkins side... https://github.com/jenkinsci/gitlab-plugin#branch-filtering (which probably would be preferred anyway) the only way it'd work if all devs pushed to their own forks and PR'd back into upstream
bcbradley 2017-11-08 01:34:29 If you are in the loop, consider trying to push for moving zippers out as well-- it could use a serious implementation rework (in terms of protocols for instance).
seancorfield 2017-11-08 02:50:59 @bcbradley Anyone -- including you -- is welcome to create JIRA issues for such things. I have no dog in that particular "fight" :slightly_smiling_face:
qqq 2017-11-08 05:03:53 1. I'm using git. 4. How do I do this ? 3. I want to retrieve, from git, ALL versions of this server/scala.clj file 2. I have a file src/server/scala.clj
smith.adriane 2017-11-08 05:16:45 you can do git log -- src/server/scala.clj to see all the commits that changed that file will spit out a bunch of “_scala.clj” files in your current working directory git log --oneline -- src/server/scala.clj | awk '{print $1}' | while read commit_id; do git show $commit_id:src/server/scala.clj > "$commit_id"_scala.clj ; done and then git show :src/server/scale.clj to spit out just the contents of the file at that commit git log --online -- src/server/scala.clj will be more concise/greppable
qqq 2017-11-08 07:29:50 @smith.adriane was afk, resolved this issue (via stack overflow), but: 2. thanks for writing this out in detail 1. the commands look very similar
roklenarcic 2017-11-08 10:10:26 If I want a simple DB that's contained in a file, how does H2 compare to SQLite? Does anyone know pros/cons?
borkdude 2017-11-08 12:06:38 @roklenarcic FWIF Luminus also uses H2 in their docs: http://www.luminusweb.net/docs#creating_the_database but if you want to migrate to another SQL db in the future, H2 might be the best option @roklenarcic However, I would also take a look at https://github.com/dscarpetti/codax if you’re requirements are only Clojure data structures
roklenarcic 2017-11-08 12:13:42 thanks
pablore 2017-11-08 14:13:49 yeah I was talking about reduce. But a reducer is any function you can pass to reduce You can also see a reducer function as a function that takes a state and some value/action and returns an updated state. Like in redux.

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