Build Farm Updates to samba-cvs

Vance Lankhaar vance at
Sun Jan 2 21:57:37 GMT 2005

Hi everyone,

I've set up a little script to quickly summarize what's changed on the
build farm and emails it to one of the lists. For now, I've set it up to
go to the samba-cvs mailing list. I don't know how people feel about
getting non-commit messages on the list, but I think it's probably a
better place to send the status updates than samba-technical.

Does anyone have any objection to sending these messages to samba-cvs?
Or perhaps a better suggestion?

Vance Lankhaar
Samba Team

PS: the messages currently look something like the below stuff. It's
just a simple diff at this point. I'm hoping, however, to make it a
little more readable, though I suspect most people watching samba-cvs
are fairly adept at reading diffs.


--- /home/build/master/cache/broken_results.txt.old     2005-01-02
01:58:33.000000000 +0000
+++ /home/build/master/cache/broken_results.txt 2005-01-02
04:50:48.000000000 +0000
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-Build status as of Sun Jan  2 01:58:29 2005
+Build status as of Sun Jan  2 04:50:47 2005
 Build counts:
 Tree         Total  Broken Panic 
@@ -8,23 +8,18 @@
 rsync        30     2      0     
 samba        2      2      1     
 samba-docs   0      0      0     
-samba4       34     25     0     
+samba4       34     18     0     
 samba_3_0    32     8      1     
 Currently broken builds:
 Host               Tree         Compiler   Status    
-mungera            samba4       gcc        ok/ 2/?/? 
 mungera            samba_3_0    gcc        ok/ok/ok/ 2/PANIC
 fusberta           samba4       gcc        ok/ 2/?/? 
 samba-s390         samba4       gcc        ok/ 2/?/? 
 rhonwyn            samba4       gcc-4.0    ok/ 2/?/? 
 rhonwyn            samba_3_0    gcc-4.0    ok/ 2/?/? 
-quango             samba4       gcc        ok/ 2/?/? 

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