By default, buildbot merges BuildRequests that have compatible SourceStamps.
This can be disabled for any particular Builder by passing
mergeRequests=False to the BuilderConfig definition, see Builders.
c['builders'] = [ BuilderConfig(name='test-i386', slavename='bot-i386', builddir='test-i386', factory=f, mergeRequests=False), ]
For more precise control, this behaviour can be customized with the
c['mergeRequests'] configuration key. This key
specifies a function which is called with three arguments: a
Builder and two
BuildRequest objects. It should return
true if the requests can be merged. For example:
def mergeRequests(builder, req1, req2): """Don't merge buildrequest at all""" return False c['mergeRequests'] = mergeRequests
In many cases, the details of the SourceStamps and BuildRequests are important. In this example, only BuildRequests with the same "reason" are merged; thus developers forcing builds for different reasons will see distinct builds.
def mergeRequests(builder, req1, req2): if req1.source.canBeMergedWith(req2.source) and req1.reason == req2.reason: return True return False c['mergeRequests'] = mergeRequests
If desired, request merging can be disabled globally by setting
c['mergeRequests'] = False instead of a callable function.