Brew Test Bot For Core Contributors

If a build has run and passed on brew test-bot then it can be used to quickly bottle formulae.

There are two types of Jenkins jobs you will interact with:

Homebrew Core Pull Requests

This job automatically builds any pull requests submitted to Homebrew/homebrew-core. On success or failure it updates the pull request status (see more details on the main Brew Test Bot documentation page). On a successful build it automatically uploads bottles.

Homebrew Testing

This job is manually triggered to run brew test-bot with user-specified parameters. On a successful build it automatically uploads bottles.

You can manually start this job with parameters to run brew test-bot with the same parameters. It’s often useful to pass a pull request URL, a commit URL, a commit SHA-1 and/or formula names to have the Brew Test Bot test them, report the results and produce bottles.

Bottling

To pull and bottle a pull request with brew pull:

  1. Ensure the job has already completed successfully.
  2. Run brew pull --bottle 12345 where 12345 is the pull request number (or URL). If it complains about a missing URL with BrewTestBot in it then the bottles have not finished uploading yet; wait and try again later.
  3. Run git push to push the commits.

To bottle a test build:

  1. Ensure the job has already completed successfully.
  2. Run brew pull --bottle https://bot.brew.sh/job/Homebrew%20Testing/1234/ where https://bot.brew.sh/job/Homebrew%20Testing/1234/ is the testing build URL in Jenkins.
  3. Run git push to push the commits.
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