[Asterisk-Dev] build failure of cvs head cvsup'd ~1200
Jeffrey C. Ollie
jeff at ocjtech.us
Mon Jun 6 08:14:31 MST 2005
On Mon, 2005-06-06 at 07:59 -0500, Kevin P. Fleming wrote:
> Jerris, Michael MI wrote:
> > Is it time to set up a little compile farm for testing at least compile
> > success on commits? This has bit us several times and has been an issue
> > with things from different shell versions, make versions, gcc versions,
> > ect. How hard would it be to run everything through an automated
> > compile test before commit?
> Actually, that's on the agenda to be discussed this week at Digium. I
> want a 'build farm' to test commits, on various different operating
> systems and CPU architectures, before the commits go into the public
> tree. Even the best of us will make mistakes like this, and I can't
> predict when something will fail to build on FreeBSD or Darwin, so I
> think it's important that we get this set up to try to ensure that CVS
> commits are as well-tested as possible.
Monotone also recently implemented a build system. Check out
<http://venge.net:9000/> and <http://venge.net/monotone/bb-howto.txt>.
While you probably can't use their system directly (as it depends on
monotone) it's an interesting system. In particular, it allows
volunteers to "donate" cycles on unusual hardware/software combos.
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