Working daily with Git and GitHub, Fabien, software engineer at Mergify, offers an article listing the technical terms and glossary specific to Git and GitHub.
In the world of software development, tests are easier to write than to maintain. This statement is even more accurate when it comes to flaky tests. You know, those tests that pass 90% of the time, but well, sometimes, they fail without you knowing why 😢. In cases of flakiness, each
What is a flaky test? This is a big question since automated testing is key to CI/CD. To fully answer this question, you will understand what makes a test flaky and know the different types of flaky tests, helping you to classify them.
Merge queues are at the center of the value offered by Mergify. The freeze feature we announced [https://blog.mergify.com/announcing-merge-queue-freezes/] a few days ago gives our merge queues a whole new range of possible use cases. You can now make your queues follow your product development life cycle.
Merge queues are a core component of Mergify. We implement new features regularly to provide new use possibilities. Their core mechanics also need to be adapted to support such evolutions. While testing and ensuring that any pull request fits perfectly into the main branch, time is a dimension that can
Our merge queues have evolved along with Mergify. We've introduced more features to support more use cases. Today we are glad to introduce a new feature to expand even more possibilities. We designed a feature that allows engineering teams to freeze their merge queues to provide more control and security