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Tue, 22 Apr 2014
[ 14:44:04 bdrewery ] Original commit   Revision:351844
poudriere-devel ports-mgmt files touched by this commit Port build and test system
- Update to checkin 32a2683eca

  - Queue is now priotitized by the dependency-chain
    length and not by number of direct dependencies.
  - Add PRIORITY_BOOST in poudriere.conf which takes
    PKGNAME globs to boost up to the top of the queue.
      PRIORITY_BOOST="apache-openoffice* pypy* mysql-workbench*"
  - bulk/testport: Add -k to keep going on test failures.
    The failures are stll considered failures but do not skip
    further builds depending on that port.
  - bulk -at: This now defaults to -k
  - Leftovers and Orphan checking now uses the scripts in
    ports so we can update them frequently without a poudriere
    release and allow Tinderbox to use the same checks. [1]
    - This fixes many false-positives with orphans
    - Now @dirrm are not shown if they are already in the plist
  - Hook-up stage-qa into the tests and remove our redundant
  - testport -i: Fix common double-install error
  - Fix leftover mtree not showing all results when a directory
    is modified. I.e., changed user and group, only one of which
    was showing.
  - bulk -a: Don't consider missing origins as fatal.
  - Rework distfile handling to be more atomic
  - Fix many race conditions with cleanup after
    port build, especially with skipping ports.
  - Optimize port cleanup after builds
  - Speedup compute_deps
  - Fix crashed build detection (commonly shows as
    "unknown stuck queue bug")
  - status: Fix regression causing it to not work with multiple
    builds at once

[1] It's possible we may change the format of the scripts in ports
    once Tinderbox integrates with them. If this happens you will
    need to update poudriere-devel.

Number of ports [& non-ports] in this commit: 1

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