The Python development team builds and tests on many machines, architectures and configurations. These variations are divided into two categories: stable and unstable. The stable versions are the primary platforms that should always have all tests passing. We manage all our main branches for stability. If any of the stable configurations are failing, please contact email@example.com.
We strive to keep all configurations passing all tests, but sometimes we require specialized expertise to fix problems. If you can help fix problems on an unstable platform, send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, open an issue on bugs.python.org, or submit a pull request on GitHub. You can help us convert unstable platforms to stable and supported.
- All stable builders
- Stable builders for the Python 2.7 branch
- Stable builders for the Python 3.5 branch
- Stable builders for the Python 3.6 branch
- Stable builders for the Python 3.x (what will become 3.7) branch
To see the results of the Python test suite, please select one of the following:
- All builders
- All builders (stable and unstable) for the Python 2.7 branch
- All builders (stable and unstable) for the Python 3.5 branch
- All builders (stable and unstable) for the Python 3.6 branch
- All builders (stable and unstable) for the Python 3.x (what will become 3.7) branch
Buildbot now offers a few alternative renderings of the results
- Feeds: Atom and RSS
- Grids: grid and transposed grid
- one line per build and one box per builder
- Configuration: all build slaves and buildbot version information
If you are interested in setting up a buildbot slave, please see the buildbot wiki page for details regarding the setup.