Previously if a job was listed more than once for a project, it was ignored. That's pretty arbitrary (it silently dropped the second without an error; and if there are two, which is the right one anyway?). OTOH, it's potentially useful to run a job more than once in order to increase the chance of encountering notdeterministic behavior. And if listing a job twice is an error, it is now more likely to be noticed by the operator. This removes the check for duplicate invocations of a job. Change-Id: If8e2e8cc3fca855bd6b14eb3a957dadddfe143ed
Zuul is a trunk gating system developed for the OpenStack Project.
To get the latest code, see: https://github.com/openstack-infra/zuul
Bugs are handled at: https://launchpad.net/zuul
Code reviews are, as you might expect, handled by gerrit. The gerrit they use is http://review.openstack.org
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