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jenkins: use FAILURE instead of UNSTABLE for GitHub commit status

pr/spi.typo
Cenk Gündoğan 6 years ago
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      Jenkinsfile

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Jenkinsfile vendored

@ -142,12 +142,17 @@ stage("examples") {
abortOnError("examples failed")
}
def buildState = 'SUCCESS'
if (currentBuild.result == null) {
currentBuild.result = 'SUCCESS'
}
else if (currentBuild.result != 'SUCCESS') {
buildState = 'FAILURE'
}
/* set commit status in GitHub with url pointing to logs manually (necessary workaround for now) */
githubNotify context: 'Jenkins', description: "${currentBuild.result}", status: "${currentBuild.result}",targetUrl: "${env.BUILD_URL}artifact"
githubNotify context: 'Jenkins', description: "${currentBuild.result}", status: buildState, targetUrl: "${env.BUILD_URL}artifact"
/* create a job */
def make_build(label, board, desc, arg)
@ -208,7 +213,7 @@ def abortPreviousBuilds()
def abortOnError(msg)
{
if ((currentBuild.result != null) && (currentBuild.result == 'FAILURE')) {
githubNotify context: 'Jenkins', description: "${currentBuild.result}", status: "${currentBuild.result}",targetUrl: "${env.BUILD_URL}artifact"
githubNotify context: 'Jenkins', description: "${currentBuild.result}", status: 'FAILURE', targetUrl: "${env.BUILD_URL}artifact"
error msg
}
}

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