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.. -*- mode: rst -*-

Everything has been tested with builbot 0.8.8.

How to hack the PyPy buildbot

If you want to run buildbot locally, you need to:

  1. create a file ``master/`` which contains the password for the
     local slave you will run::

         passwords = {"localhost": "an_arbitrary_password" }

  2. ``cd master; make debug``

  3. ``cd slave; make debug``

How to run the PyPy buildbot

If you want to run buildbot in production, you need to make sure that the
function ``pypybuildbot.util.we_are_debugging`` returns ``False`` in your
environment.  At the moment of writing, debugging is enabled everywhere but on

You still need to fill ``master/`` with the passwords of the
various slaves you want to use.

Then, to start the buildbot master: ``buildbot start <path-to pypy-buildbot/master>``

To restart the buildmaster

$ cd pypy-buildbot

$ hg pull -u

$ cd master

$ buildbot checkconfig

$ buildbot reconfig


$ buildbot stop

$ buildbot start

To run a buildslave

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