To install this package, run in Emacs:
M-x package-install RET zuul RET
zuul-log-mode major mode makes it as comfortable to browse a build log as it would be to navigate a local compilation. The package implements a custom filename parser for errors in the logs which allows Emacs to open the correct project file when an error is encountered in the log, even though the absolute path may not be found on the local machine.
For screenshots of the package see the blog post Bring Zuul into Emacs.
:custom ((zuul-base-url "https://base.url.to.zuul.net")
:project-roots (("foo" . "~/git/foo-repo")
("baz" . "~/git/baz-repo")))
:project-roots (("bar" . "~/git/bar-repo")))))))
The package doesn't provide any commands, except those used by the
zuul-log-mode. Other packages, or users themselves, needs to implement commands because retrieving builds or buildsets requires knowledge that might not be general. An example of a package that integrates with
zuul.el is egerrit-zuul. It provides the command
egerrit-zuul-open-build-log which can be used as inspiration.
zuul-get-buildsets needs to be called to retrieve builds and buildsets from Zuul. Both functions accepts multiple input parameters specified as keys in the call. The simplest example would be to use a
``` emacs-lisp ;; For buildsets (zuul-get-buildsets :change "300203")
;; For builds (zuul-get-builds :change "300203") ```
A query to retrieve builds or buildsets can be provided as input to the
zuul-open-build-log in order to view a specific build log.
``` emacs-lisp ;; Query provided as a list (zuul-open-build-log '(zuul-get-buildsets :change "300203"))
;; Query provided as a function (zuul-open-build-log (lambda () '(zuul-get-builds :change "300203"))) ```
The major mode
zuul-log-mode provides the following commands.
| Name | Binding | Description | |----------------------------|---------|--------------------------------------------| | zuul-switch-build | C-c C-b | Switch to another build | | zuul-switch-buildset | C-c C-s | Switch to a build from a specific buildset | | zuul-run-build-command | C-c C-r | Run build command from build log | | zuul-previous-command | C-c C-p | Go to previous command in build log | | zuul-next-command | C-c C-n | Go to next command in build log | | zuul-open-build-in-browser | C-c C-o | Open build in browser | | zuul-previous-build | C-c [ | Switch to previous build | | zuul-next-build | C-c ] | Switch to next build | | zuul-quit-build | C-c C-q | Quit and delete build log buffers |
It also integrates with the following built in features:
imenu: navigate to beginning of tasks in the build log
eldoc: echo descriptive information about where in the log point are
zuul.el package supports Connection Local Variables which allows the user to customize the
zuul-tenant-configs variable when running on a remote host. In this example
zuul-tenant-configs are configured the same for all remote hosts.
``` emacs-lisp (connection-local-set-profile-variables 'remote-zuul '((zuul-tenant-configs . ((:name "foo" :project-roots (("bar" . "~/other_location/bar")))))))
(connection-local-set-profiles '(:application tramp :protocol "ssh") 'remote-zuul) ```