Automatic compile testing on interval
s.striker at striker.nl
Tue Jan 11 17:32:30 GMT 2000
>> On Sun, 9 Jan 2000, Tim Potter wrote:
>>> Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton writes:
>>>> the idea is, if people keep receiving warning reports on
>>>> maximum level (-Wall -Wstrict-prototypes -Wcast-qual etc etc)
>>>> they might _do_ something about it!
>>> A challenge for perl hackers - find out the user who last touched the
>>> particular line that gives the warning and send them an annoy-o-gram.
>> much better to send it to everyone, and get _everyone_ to send
>> them a nice message.
> This sounds rather like what Bonsai and Tinderbox are designed for.
Yes, this seems to be the case. I just checked them out at
http://www.mozilla.org/bonsai.html and http://www.mozilla.org/tinderbox.html
However, the message at the end of both tools tell me that this is only
worth an investment if I can have some different platforms to compile on
and do regular checkouts/compiles. I don't think the Samba development team
is interested in doing such a time investment to get it to work with the
cvs server. Correct me if I'm wrong guys.
My sulution is rather simple, yet effective.
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