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Balls not flushing....

Jeff Mutonho

Ok I admit , I should have come up with a better subject for the e-amil :)  , but my project Red and Blue balls aren't flushing to show which module is currently building.I have enabled AUTO-REFRESH.





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Kohsuke Kawaguchi
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Jeff Mutonho wrote:
> Ok I admit , I should have come up with a better subject for the e-amil :)
> , but my project Red and Blue balls aren't flushing to show which module is
> currently building.I have enabled AUTO-REFRESH.

Can you elaborate a bit more? What job types do you use, what you did,
how do you know it's building, etc.

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Re: Balls not flushing....

Jeff Mutonho


On 8/23/07, Kohsuke Kawaguchi <[hidden email]> wrote:
Can you elaborate a bit more? What job types do you use, what you did,
how do you know it's building, etc.


I'm using M2 builds and the modules are listed  with the "balls" on the left -hand side.The only way I can that a build is happening is by looking at the console output


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Kohsuke Kawaguchi
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Jeff Mutonho wrote:
> On 8/23/07, Kohsuke Kawaguchi <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>> Can you elaborate a bit more? What job types do you use, what you did,
>> how do you know it's building, etc.
>>
>>
> I'm using M2 builds and the modules are listed  with the "balls" on the left
> -hand side.The only way I can that a build is happening is by looking at the
> console output

Two left boxes (executor list and queue) are AJAX-enabled, so they
updated live. But the main table is not. So maybe that's the behavior
you are describing.

When I reload the page I do see flashing balls.

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