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Re: The future of OCBby
Citando Pedro M. Baeza (Tecnativa) <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
The only problem I see with this is the great overhead we will have duplicating all branches for OCX and normal, including Runbot instances, translations on Transifex, etc.
Pedro, I'm assuming that OCA repos wouldn't be automatically tested against OCX, like OCB is.
In fact, it doesn't sound good for me that a OCA-Dev project can cause an OCA project to turn red.
One way to minimize this, is for OCX to have a "long build", where it would be tested along a list of relevant OCA repos (or all of them, if you really want to).