3.5.18. sourcestamp

resource type: sourcestamp
  • ssid (integer) –

    the ID of this sourcestamp


    For legacy reasons, the abbreviated name ssid is used instead of canonical sourcestampid. This might change in the future (bug #3509).

  • branch? (string) – code branch, or none for the “default branch”, whatever that might mean

  • codebase (string) – revision for this sourcestamp, or none if unknown

  • created_at (date) – the timestamp when this sourcestamp was created

  • patch? (patch) – the patch for this sourcestamp, or none

  • project (string) – user-defined project to which this sourcestamp corresponds

  • repository (string) – repository where this sourcestamp occurred

  • revision? (string) – revision for this sourcestamp, or none if unknown

A sourcestamp represents a particular version of the source code. Absolute sourcestamps specify this completely, while relative sourcestamps (with revision = None) specify the latest source at the current time. Source stamps can also have patches; such stamps describe the underlying revision with the given patch applied.

Note that depending on the underlying version-control system, the same revision may describe different code in different branches (e.g., SVN) or may be independent of the branch (e.g., Git).

The created_at timestamp can be used to indicate the first time a sourcestamp was seen by Buildbot. This provides a reasonable default ordering for sourcestamps when more reliable information is not available. Endpoints

path: /sourcestamps

This path selects all sourcestamps (can return lots of data!)


collection of sourcestamp

path: /sourcestamps/{ssid}
Path Keys:

ssid (number) – the id of the sourcestamp

This path selects one sourcestamp by id


collection of sourcestamp