How to build a job on multiple platforms/architectures for each commit.

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How to build a job on multiple platforms/architectures for each commit.

Jimd
In a c++ project, when a developer makes a commit I would like to build for multiple compilers, operating systems, and x64 + x86. Is there a way to get a stacked grid view of all of these pipeline jobs for each commit? Something like this?

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Re: How to build a job on multiple platforms/architectures for each commit.

Rachit Agrawal
I am also looking for something similar. Did you figure out how to do this in jenkins?

On Thursday, February 1, 2018 at 1:01:30 AM UTC+5:30, Jimd wrote:
In a c++ project, when a developer makes a commit I would like to build for multiple compilers, operating systems, and x64 + x86. Is there a way to get a stacked grid view of all of these pipeline jobs for each commit? Something like this?

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Re: How to build a job on multiple platforms/architectures for each commit.

Slava Dubrovskiy

Hi

Try to use rich-text-publisher-plugin https://wiki.jenkins.io/display/JENKINS/Rich+Text+Publisher+Plugin


01.03.2018 09:35, Rachit Agrawal пишет:
I am also looking for something similar. Did you figure out how to do this in jenkins?

On Thursday, February 1, 2018 at 1:01:30 AM UTC+5:30, Jimd wrote:
In a c++ project, when a developer makes a commit I would like to build for multiple compilers, operating systems, and x64 + x86. Is there a way to get a stacked grid view of all of these pipeline jobs for each commit? Something like this?

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