This site hosts the continuous integration services for the Yocto Project. A continuous integration system is a QA-related service that allows automated rebuilding and testing of software packages as they are worked on by developers. The idea is that the system can offer frequent feedback to developers regarding whether their recent changes have broken the build or introduced regression bugs. Builds and tests can be triggered on a periodic basis (e.g, nightly) or on a dynamic basis when changes to the source code repository occur.
The Yocto Project is using Buildbot for our continuous integration services.
People who like to play with the bleeding edge can download our nightly images.
You can get access to our upstream sources here.
You can get access to the current yocto project sources here.
You can get access to autobuilder web statistics here.
As the autobuilder hosts the source mirror of the yocto project, please contact Elizabeth Flanagan if you wish to set up an rsync of that source mirror (or any part of the yocto infrastructure).
Please do not attempt to wget a mirror. You will get bandwidth/request throttled.We are currently testing out a new codebase, the source of which is located at: http://git.yoctoproject.org/cgit/cgit.cgi/yocto-autobuilder/log/?h=eflanagan/yocto-autobuilder-refactor The old autobuilder master page is available at The Old Yocto Project Autobuilder in order to allow people to reference logs for bugzilla.
Proceed to the Yocto Project Autobuilder.