(2011/06/28 6:28), Ryan Davis wrote:
> Is this an official CI for ruby?

It is mine.
It is the result of chkbuild on FreeBSD 8.2 x86_64.
chkbuild is a CI by akr.
http://cvs.m17n.org/viewcvs/ruby/chkbuild/


> http://59.106.172.211/~chkbuild/ruby-trunk/summary.html
> 
> If so... how does one read this?? I can't make sense of it.

For examle,
20101011T060001Z ruby 1.9.3dev (2010-10-11 trunk 29438) [x64-freebsd8.1] (fbsd81) 2730W 1F0E1S rubyspec:23F1E (diff:test-all)

20101011T060001Z is the time chkdbuild runs from; the link is for the result.
ruby 1.9.3dev (2010-10-11 trunk 29438) [x64-freebsd8.1] is `ruby -v`.
(fbsd81) is the name of this CI.
2730W is the number of warnings of the result.
1F0E1S is the result of test-all; 1 Fail 0 Error 1 Skip.
rubyspec:23F1E is the result of test-rubyspec; 23 Failure 1 Error.
(diff:test-all) is the link to the diff between this result and the previous result.

Anyway, summary.html is too big; I recommend to see recent.html.

We should keep 0F0E, but in current situation on the environment
1F0E46S rubyspec:1F1E is the best result.
If it is increased, it means someone breaks something.

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NARUSE, Yui  <naruse / airemix.jp>