Imagine that we did not have to touch the Mozilla buildbot factories but instead we maintained a bunch of script for all the different jobs they run?
It would be good if we could create scripts that told a machine how to generate an optimized build, a debug build, unit tests, talos runs, locale repackages. If you look in the tools/scripts repo you can see that we have a simple shell file to do this for the fuzzing automation. The buildbot factory that calls it is called ScriptFactory and it is very simple.
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