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This test case tests whether pushing builds to Koji works as expected. Depending on the tester, this will include scratch builds and regular builds. We welcome testers who have a package for which they'd need to push a regular Koji build (e.g. updating a package).


  1. Boot into the machine/VM you wish to test
  2. Ensure the eclipse-fedorapackager-0.2.1-1.fc16 package IS installed. Install it via yum install eclipse-fedorapackager-0.2.1-1.fc16.
  3. Make sure that file ~/.fedora.cert exists and your FAS SSH key is properly set up in Eclipse and the public key properly uploaded to the FAS account system.

How to test

  1. Open Eclipse and use a new workspace. eclipse -data test_day_20111013_fpe_koji_builds
  2. Press Ctrl+Alt+F I to open the import wizard. Alternatively press Ctrl+3 and start typing "Projects from Fedora Git", then press return.
  3. Enter the name of a package you maintain or use package Package-x-generic-16.pngeclipse-fedorapackager. If you use package Package-x-generic-16.pngeclipse-fedorapackager make sure to clone anonymously by selecting the appropriate checkbox and click "Finish".
  4. The package you've just cloned should show up in your workspace
  5. Expand the project you've cloned into your workspace and double-click the .spec file in it. The .spec file should open in the editor.
  6. Koji scratch build: Right-click in the .spec file and select "Fedora Packager" => "Perform Scratch Build", alternatively press Ctrl+Alt+F X with the .spec file open in the Eclipse editor view. This will check if there are un-pushed changes on the current local branch (i.e. may prompt for SSH passphrase) and will push a scratch build to Koji.
  7. Regular Koji build (optional): If you have a package which needs updating, update the .spec file, make sure that changes have been pushed and then push a regular build. Right-click in the .spec file and select "Fedora Packager" => "Push Build to Koji" or alternatively press Ctrl+Alt+F K.

Expected Results

  1. On successful Koji build pushes you should see messages similar to this: KojiBuildPopupMessage.png
  2. Moreover, there should be an entry in the Eclipse error log detailing the URL to the task ID. You can show the Error Log view by Alt+ Shift+Q Q => "General" => "Error Log". Note that the Error Log view is part of PDE, which means you'd have to have eclipse-pde installed.
  3. Clicking the link as provided in the message dialog, should show the familiar Koji Web interface. Make sure user data and other task specific information is as expected.