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ci: Drop AppVeyor CI integration

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Hennadii Stepanov 11 months ago
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  1. 63
      .appveyor.yml
  2. 2
      .cirrus.yml
  3. 2
      .editorconfig
  4. 13
      build_msvc/README.md

63
.appveyor.yml

@ -1,63 +0,0 @@
version: '{branch}.{build}'
skip_tags: true
image: Visual Studio 2019
configuration: Release
platform: x64
clone_depth: 5
environment:
PATH: 'C:\Python37-x64;C:\Python37-x64\Scripts;%PATH%'
PYTHONUTF8: 1
QT_DOWNLOAD_URL: 'https://github.com/sipsorcery/qt_win_binary/releases/download/qt51211x64_static_vs2019_16101/Qt5.12.11_x64_static_vs2019_16101.zip'
QT_DOWNLOAD_HASH: 'cf1b58107fadbf0d9a957d14dab16cde6b6eb6936a1908472da1f967dda34a3a'
QT_LOCAL_PATH: 'C:\Qt5.12.11_x64_static_vs2019_16101'
VCPKG_TAG: '75522bb1f2e7d863078bcd06322348f053a9e33f'
install:
# Disable zmq test for now since python zmq library on Windows would cause Access violation sometimes.
# - cmd: pip install zmq
# The powershell block below is to set up vcpkg to install the c++ dependencies. The pseudo code is:
# a. Checkout the vcpkg source (including port files) for the specific checkout and build the vcpkg binary,
# b. Append a setting to the vcpkg cmake config file to only do release builds of dependencies (skipping deubg builds saves ~5 mins).
# Note originally this block also installed the dependencies using 'vcpkg install'. Dependencies are now installed
# as part of the msbuild command using vcpkg mainfests.
- ps: |
cd c:\tools\vcpkg
$env:GIT_REDIRECT_STDERR = '2>&1' # git is writing non-errors to STDERR when doing git pull. Send to STDOUT instead.
git -c advice.detachedHead=false checkout $env:VCPKG_TAG
.\bootstrap-vcpkg.bat > $null
Add-Content "C:\tools\vcpkg\triplets\$env:PLATFORM-windows-static.cmake" "set(VCPKG_BUILD_TYPE release)"
cd "$env:APPVEYOR_BUILD_FOLDER"
before_build:
# Powershell block below is to download and extract the Qt static libraries. The pseudo code is:
# a. Download the zip file with the prebuilt Qt static libraries.
# b. Check that the downloaded file matches the expected hash.
# c. Extract the zip file to the specific destination path expected by the msbuild projects.
- ps: |
Write-Host "Downloading Qt binaries.";
Invoke-WebRequest -Uri $env:QT_DOWNLOAD_URL -Out qtdownload.zip;
Write-Host "Qt binaries successfully downloaded, checking hash against $env:QT_DOWNLOAD_HASH...";
if((Get-FileHash qtdownload.zip).Hash -eq $env:QT_DOWNLOAD_HASH) {
Expand-Archive qtdownload.zip -DestinationPath $env:QT_LOCAL_PATH;
Write-Host "Qt binary download matched the expected hash.";
}
else {
Write-Host "ERROR: Qt binary download did not match the expected hash.";
Exit-AppveyorBuild;
}
- cmd: python build_msvc\msvc-autogen.py
build_script:
- cmd: msbuild /p:TrackFileAccess=false build_msvc\bitcoin.sln /m /v:q /nologo
after_build:
#- 7z a bitcoin-%APPVEYOR_BUILD_VERSION%.zip %APPVEYOR_BUILD_FOLDER%\build_msvc\%platform%\%configuration%\*.exe
test_script:
- cmd: src\test_bitcoin.exe -l test_suite
- cmd: src\bench_bitcoin.exe > NUL
- ps: python test\util\test_runner.py
- cmd: python test\util\rpcauth-test.py
# Fee estimation test failing on appveyor with: WinError 10048] Only one usage of each socket address (protocol/network address/port) is normally permitted.
# functional tests disabled for now. See
# https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/18626#issuecomment-613396202
# https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/issues/18623
# - cmd: python test\functional\test_runner.py --ci --quiet --combinedlogslen=4000 --failfast --exclude feature_fee_estimation
artifacts:
#- path: bitcoin-%APPVEYOR_BUILD_VERSION%.zip
deploy: off

2
.cirrus.yml

@ -101,7 +101,7 @@ task:
- git reset --hard
- if ($env:CIRRUS_PR -eq $null) { exit 0; }
- git fetch $env:CIRRUS_REPO_CLONE_URL $env:CIRRUS_BASE_BRANCH
- git merge FETCH_HEAD <# Merge base to detect silent merge conflicts #>
- git merge FETCH_HEAD
vcpkg_cache:
folder: 'C:\Users\ContainerAdministrator\AppData\Local\vcpkg\archives'
install_python_script:

2
.editorconfig

@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ trim_trailing_whitespace = true
[*.{h,cpp,py,sh}]
indent_size = 4
# .cirrus.yml, .appveyor.yml, .fuzzbuzz.yml, etc.
# .cirrus.yml, .fuzzbuzz.yml, etc.
[*.yml]
indent_size = 2

13
build_msvc/README.md

@ -39,7 +39,7 @@ In order to build Bitcoin Core a static build of Qt is required. The runtime lib
Some prebuilt x64 versions of Qt can be downloaded from [here](https://github.com/sipsorcery/qt_win_binary/releases). Please be aware these downloads are NOT officially sanctioned by Bitcoin Core and are provided for developer convenience only. They should NOT be used for builds that will be used in a production environment or with real funds.
To determine which Qt prebuilt version to download open the `.appveyor.yml` file and note the `QT_DOWNLOAD_URL`. When extracting the zip file the destination path must be set to `C:\`. This is due to the way that Qt includes, libraries and tools use internal paths.
To determine which Qt prebuilt version to download open the `.cirrus.yml` file and note the `QT_DOWNLOAD_URL`. When extracting the zip file the destination path must be set to `C:\`. This is due to the way that Qt includes, libraries and tools use internal paths.
To build Bitcoin Core without Qt unload or disable the `bitcoin-qt`, `libbitcoin_qt` and `test_bitcoin-qt` projects.
@ -65,17 +65,6 @@ msbuild /m bitcoin.sln /p:Platform=x64 /p:Configuration=Release /t:build
- Alternatively, open the `build_msvc/bitcoin.sln` file in Visual Studio 2019.
AppVeyor
---------------------
The .appveyor.yml in the root directory is suitable to perform builds on [AppVeyor](https://www.appveyor.com/) Continuous Integration servers. The simplest way to perform an AppVeyor build is to fork Bitcoin Core and then configure a new AppVeyor Project pointing to the forked repository.
For safety reasons the Bitcoin Core .appveyor.yml file has the artifact options disabled. The build will be performed but no executable files will be available. To enable artifacts on a forked repository uncomment the lines shown below:
```
#- 7z a bitcoin-%APPVEYOR_BUILD_VERSION%.zip %APPVEYOR_BUILD_FOLDER%\build_msvc\%platform%\%configuration%\*.exe
#- path: bitcoin-%APPVEYOR_BUILD_VERSION%.zip
```
Security
---------------------
[Base address randomization](https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/cpp/build/reference/dynamicbase-use-address-space-layout-randomization?view=msvc-160) is used to make Bitcoin Core more secure. When building Bitcoin using the `build_msvc` process base address randomization can be disabled by editing `common.init.vcproj` to change `RandomizedBaseAddress` from `true` to `false` and then rebuilding the project.

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