This week, kmoir quietly enabled Android x86 builds on tbpl.m.o. This was already announced in this week’s Mozilla developer platform meeting but is important enough to repeat here too.
These builds are being run per-checkin, as well as nightly. There are updates for nightly builds. Obviously, there’s a lot of details to still work through (crash symbols, release builds, signing, etc…), but this is a major milestone worth noting. You can follow progress, and offer help to kmoir, on the remaining work in bug#750366.
As always with standing up new platforms in production, if you see problems on tbpl.m.o, please do not just hide the breakages; instead, please file bugs in mozilla.org:ReleaseEngineering and we’ll be happy to investigate.
Big thanks to kmoir, callek, jmaher, blassey and others for making this happen.
3 thoughts on “Android x86 builds now on tbpl.mozilla.org”
“if you see problems on tbpl.m.o, please do not just hide the breakages; instead, please file bugs”
I’m not aware of any cases where jobs have been hidden on TBPL without first filing bugs (and at least waiting a short period of time before hiding for lack of activity/solution in the bug). If you know of specific examples where that was not the case, please let me know, and I’ll have a word (and failing that, revoke their access to the sheriffpass bug).
So we have x86/Android on TBPL but not Win64? My priorities are clearly different to those of other people.
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