Tinderbox uses flat-files inside the tree directories to store it's data. Right now they are forbidden by Apache: http://tinderbox-stage.mozilla.org/Firefox/build.dat Some of them happened to have a .txt suffix so they are available: http://tinderbox-stage.mozilla.org/Firefox/notes.txt There is nothing in these files that is not exposed by the CGI, but it would make testing against live data way easier if these were directly available. Further, we could start splitting up tinderbox processing and serving and feed this stuff to other tools, if that ends up making sense.
Not sure if I'd want to do this. build.dat for example, is huge and takes minutes to load in the browser. But since you say it's already exposed, I'm going to let it rip and comment out the Deny rules on stage. Let me know if it works as expected and we'll take it to prod (file another bug for that when ready?) Thanks!
Assignee: justdave → shyam
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 8 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Product: mozilla.org → mozilla.org Graveyard
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