Debian Continuous Integration
The Debian continuous integration (debci) is an automated
system that coordinates the execution of automated tests against packages
in the Debian system.
debci will continuously run
suites from source packages in the Debian archive.
Documentation for package maintainers
The FAQ for package maintainers contains useful information on how to declare the test suite, how the test is executed, how to reproduce the test runs locally, etc.
Additionally, we have these extra tutorial-style documentation:
Functional testing of Debian packages, a tutorial transcribed from a DebConf15 talk on autopkgtest and debci is available that covers declaring test suites, issues to consider, and tips and tricks. ∙ [deb.li/pattestdeb](Patterns for Writing As-Installed Tests for Debian Packages) is a paper describing patterns (as in “design patterns”) for writing tests for Debian packages.
See the installation guide for instructions on how to deploy debci to your own infrastructure.
git clone https://salsa.debian.org/ci-team/debci.git
For maintainer queries and general discussion:
mailing list: email@example.com
#debian-qaon OFTC. Feel free to highlight
For the development of debci itself
mailing list: autopkgtest-devel
Copyright and Licensing information
Copyright © the debci development team.
debci is free software licensed under the GNU General Public License version 3 or later.