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  1. README.md
  2. android-download-ndk.sh
  3. android-ndk.Dockerfile
  4. android-setup-env.sh
  5. cache-subprojects.sh
  6. check-todos.py
  7. coverage-docker.sh
  8. coverity-model.c
  9. coverity.Dockerfile
  10. cross_file_ios_example.txt
  11. cross_file_mingw64.txt
  12. debian-stable.Dockerfile
  13. fedora.Dockerfile
  14. fixup-cov-paths.py
  15. lcovrc
  16. meson-junit-report.py
  17. mingw.Dockerfile
  18. run-black.sh
  19. run-check-todos.sh
  20. run-docker.sh
  21. run-flake8.sh
  22. run-shellcheck.sh
  23. run-style-check-diff.sh
  24. run-tests.sh
  25. search-common-ancestor.sh
  26. show-execution-environment.sh
  27. test-msvc.bat
  28. test-msys2.sh
.gitlab-ci/README.md

CI support stuff

Docker image

GitLab CI jobs run in a Docker image, defined here. To update that image (perhaps to install some more packages):

  1. Edit .gitlab-ci/Dockerfile with the changes you want
  2. Run .gitlab-ci/run-docker.sh build --base=debian-stable --base-version=1 to build the new image (bump the version from the latest listed for that base on https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/glib/container_registry). If rebuilding the coverity.Dockerfile image, you’ll need to have access to Coverity Scan and will need to specify your project name and access token as the environment variables COVERITY_SCAN_PROJECT_NAME and COVERITY_SCAN_TOKEN.
  3. Run .gitlab-ci/run-docker.sh push --base=debian-stable --base-version=1 to upload the new image to the GNOME GitLab Docker registry
    • If this is the first time you‘re doing this, you’ll need to log into the registry
    • If you use 2-factor authentication on your GNOME GitLab account, you'll need to create a personal access token and use that rather than your normal password — the token should have read_registry and write_registry permissions
  4. Edit .gitlab-ci.yml (in the root of this repository) to use your new image