[dmd-internals] auto-tester updates

Walter Bright walter at digitalmars.com
Thu Nov 7 16:54:40 PST 2013

I don't know if this has anything to do with your recent changes, but when 
pulling github PR's, bugzilla no longer gets updated.

On 11/5/2013 1:13 AM, Brad Roberts wrote:
> I pushed some updates to the auto-tester tonight:
> All of d.puremagic.com now supports https as well as http, though parts might 
> well redirect back or link directly to http (let me know if you find any so I 
> can fix them).  I also changed bugzilla's configuration to consider https it's 
> base url, though I notice it doesn't enforce all urls to be https.  It's way 
> past time for that part of the site to not be sending passwords in the clear.  
> I'll be setting the http side up to redirect to https tomorrow, probably.  
> This could itself cause problems if there's any places left on the site that 
> attempt to redirect to http explicitly.  I'll do my best to root out those 
> problems before you guys hit them.
> In addition to being an important security improvement for bugzilla, the https 
> changes are an prerequisite step towards integrating with github and using 
> oauth to establish identity. Once that work is done, everyone who's a member 
> of one of the github teams for the various repositories will be allowed to:
>   1) add new people to the list of pull requests to test, no longer depending 
> on me to do it
>   2) toggle the auto-merge state of pull requests for repositories you have 
> pull rights to at github
> The auto-merge work is about 90% complete.  Some of the UI elements will show 
> up as I complete the work.  So, if you see parts that indicate that requests 
> will be automatically merged, it's a bit of a lie, for another day or two.  
> I'll send more mail when it's actually live with details about how it works 
> and where to look for the controls.  For the first version, the toggling of 
> the auto-merge flag will be only through the d.puremagic.com site.  At some 
> point, I'll integrate with the comment system at github, but that will require 
> more work and care.
> As usual, if anything seems broken, shout.
> Later,
> Brad
> (yeah, I'm pushing new code into production and then shortly thereafter going 
> to bed.. fingers crossed)
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