debci 1.7.1 source package in Ubuntu

Changelog

debci (1.7.1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * debian/control:
    - debci: recommend `ntp | time-daemon` instead of just `ntp`
      (Closes: #870739)
  * debian/debci-worker.cron.daily: also bail out immediately if debci is not
    installed (Closes: 822896)

 -- Antonio Terceiro <email address hidden>  Sun, 10 Sep 2017 13:35:21 -0300

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Uploaded by:
Antonio Terceiro on 2017-09-10
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Original maintainer:
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Section:
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Urgency:
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Binary packages built by this source

debci: continuous integration system for Debian

 debci will scan the Debian archive for packages that contain DEP-8 compliant
 test suites, and run those test suites whenever a new version of the package,
 or of any package in its dependency chain (modulo the base system), is
 available.
 .
 The requests are distributed to worker machines through AMQP queues. You need
 rabbitmq-server for this; but it is also possible to run RabbitMQ on a
 different server than debci, in which case you do not need to install that
 recommendation.
 .
 This package contains the debci core.

debci-collector: continuous integration system for Debian (collector daemon)

 debci will scan the Debian archive for packages that contain DEP-8 compliant
 test suites, and run those test suites whenever a new version of the package,
 or of any package in its dependency chain (modulo the base system), is
 available.
 .
 The requests are distributed to worker machines through AMQP queues. You need
 rabbitmq-server for this; but it is also possible to run RabbitMQ on a
 different server than debci, in which case you do not need to install that
 recommendation.
 .
 This package provides the collector daemon, which will receive test results
 published by debci worker hosts, store them centrally, and generate the static
 HTML files for the debci user interface.

debci-worker: continuous integration system for Debian (worker daemon)

 debci will scan the Debian archive for packages that contain DEP-8 compliant
 test suites, and run those test suites whenever a new version of the package,
 or of any package in its dependency chain (modulo the base system), is
 available.
 .
 The requests are distributed to worker machines through AMQP queues. You need
 rabbitmq-server for this; but it is also possible to run RabbitMQ on a
 different server than debci, in which case you do not need to install that
 recommendation.
 .
 This package provides cron and init integration for running debci worker
 daemons that will listen to AMQP queues and run test jobs.