Really confusing. :-) ALthough it was not my commit, I just wondered.

2017-05-29 20:06 GMT+02:00 Merlijn van Deen (valhallasw) <>:
Ok, this one's confusing :-) What happened is the following:

 - your change was merged 8 days ago
 - at that point, tests did not pass
 - tests were fixed a few days ago
 - today, a git tag was pushed to the repository, linking '3.0.20170521' to your commit
 - this triggered a re-test of the codebase, in the state it was before the tests were fixed, and hence the test failed

In other words, while build 4082 and 4084 tested a current build, build 4083 tested an old build, with bugs that had already been fixed.

tl;dr: git ¯\_(ツ)_/¯


On 29 May 2017 at 07:52, Bináris <> wrote:
help me, how is it possible? How can removing a comment fail if the script passed previous tests?

2017-05-29 2:26 GMT+02:00 Travis CI <>:
wikimedia / pywikibot-core (3.0.20170521)
Build #4083 failed.
2 hours, 14 minutes, and 46 seconds
jenkins-bot 6ccd35d Changeset →
  Merge "Remove unnecessary TODO from"

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