On Fri, 25 Mar 2005, seth vidal wrote:
1. might be overstating the functionality available in the xml-rpc
interface to bugzilla
The xml-rpc functionality doesn't really need to be too complicated, I
don't think. It's basically just:
* An interface to create a bug according to some "build request form".
Simple "new bug" function, got it.
* An interface to walk through a set of bugs and pull interesting fields.
* An interface to add comments to existing bugs. Got it.
And what we don't got, dkl can create, if it's sensible.
2. Users cannot directly kick off builds, they have to wait
3. Dealing with Embargo'd builds - gonna be a pain no matter what
4. Ordering of builds based on dependency
How do you do this now? Is it trial and error, or do you have a heuristic
5. package tracking system does not yet exist.
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