|author||recipe-roller <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Sat May 14 13:45:30 2022 +0000|
|committer||CQ Bot Account <email@example.com>||Sat May 14 14:24:21 2022 +0000|
Roll recipe dependencies (trivial). This is an automated CL created by the recipe roller. This CL rolls recipe changes from upstream projects (fuchsia) into this repository. The build that created this CL was https://ci.chromium.org/b/8814184252212419249 fuchsia: https://fuchsia.googlesource.com/infra/recipes/+/bb8f4033acd9a7e5887f421bead098445ff34a12 bb8f403 (firstname.lastname@example.org) [roll] Update tools to latest More info is at https://goo.gl/zkKdpD. Use https://goo.gl/noib3a to file a bug. Remail@example.com Recipe-Tryjob-Bypass-Reason: Autoroller Ignore-Freeze: Autoroller Bugdroid-Send-Email: False Change-Id: Ieead32931268928ea72c569671c2dcf1567c80f7 Reviewed-on: https://pigweed-review.googlesource.com/c/infra/recipes/+/94680 Bot-Commit: Recipe Deps Roller <firstname.lastname@example.org> Commit-Queue: Recipe Deps Roller <email@example.com>
This repository contains recipes for Pigweed.
A recipe is a Python script that runs a series of commands, using the recipe engine framework from the LUCI project. We use recipes to automatically check out, build, and test Pigweed and downstream projects using Pigweed in continuous integration jobs. The commands the recipes use are very similar to the ones you would use as a developer to check out, build, and test Pigweed in your local environment.
See go/pigweed-recipe-docs for complete documentation and a guide for getting started with writing recipes.
The recommended way to get the source code is with git.
git clone https://pigweed.googlesource.com/infra/recipes
In most cases you will need a Chromium depot_tools checkout in your
PATH as well.
git clone https://chromium.googlesource.com/chromium/tools/depot_tools ~/depot_tools echo 'export PATH="$PATH:$HOME/depot_tools"' >> ~/.bashrc
./presubmit.sh runs three different sets of tests:
./recipes.py test train)
./black --diff --check .)
The formatting check will tell you what‘s wrong but not fix it. For that you need to run
./black .. Similarly, the dependencies check will tell you what’s wrong but you'll need to edit the files to fix issues.
If not using
./presubmit.sh you'll need to run
./black is present.