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    • Antonio Terceiro's avatar
      Add support for migration tests · fd88a74d
      Antonio Terceiro authored
      A migration is a test run test where you want to check if package X can
      be migrated from suite A (e.g. Debian unstable) to suite B (e.g. Debian
      testing). In this case, you run the tests on a base test bed from suite
      B, but add APT sources for suite A and pin the packages you want to
      migrate to be obtained from there. This can be used to test either new
      versions of package X itself, or packages that depend on it.
      Beying unstable → testing migration, this can also be used to test
      security updates, backports, etc.
      debci-test, and debci-enqueue can now take two extra options:
      --trigger: specifies the reason why this test is being performed. For
      debci, this is just a string and has no special meaning. This string is
      stored together with the test artifacts, and will also eventually be
      displayed in JSON data, and in the UI.
      --pin-packages=RELEASE=pkg,src:pkg. Adds APT sources for RELEASE, and
      pins the specified packages to be obtained from RELEASE. `src:pkg`
      expand to all binary packages from source package `pkg`. This requires
      autopkgtest >= 5.1.
    • Antonio Terceiro's avatar
      Extract autopkgtest calls into a central helper program · 9c62e036
      Antonio Terceiro authored
      This will be used to centralize extra options that we want to pass to
      autopkgtest that are backend-independent.
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