SVN succesful-compilation tag

Marcos Mayorga marcos at mm-studios.org
Thu Feb 2 22:19:50 GMT 2006


It would be an added feature, nothing is sacrified, knowing that in svn making 
tags is very cheap.


El Thursday, 2 de February de 2006 21:55, Frans Englich escribiĆ³:
> On Thursday 02 February 2006 18:24, Mantia Andras wrote:
> > On Thursday 02 February 2006 03:22, Marcos Mayorga wrote:
> > > Hi all
> > > I think a process is building the repository constantly, isn't it?
> > >
> > > Could it be a good idea to have a tags indicating the most modern
> > > version of the repository which is known to compile?
> >
> > It is the branches/KDE/3.5, in other words the latest stable branch.
> > This is what is known to compile and should compile almost any time any
> > where. ;-)
> >
> > But giving such a tag/revision for the development branch (trunk), ah,
> > that would be a hard job.
>
> But when I think about it, it would perhaps nevertheless be a good idea. A
> script could somehow figure out what most receent revision that builds, and
> then commit a snapshot of that. What revision that builds could be
> determined by iteratively building, or query one of those cmake build
> farms(that's possible? no?).
>
> It would perhaps have some interesting effects on how development would
> proceed. Everyone would be protected against build errors(if they use the
> generated snapshot), and the snapshot would "stall" as soon someone breaks
> the compile. Or perhaps confusion would be the result of all the
> snapshots/copies.
>
> HOwever, it would not be the same as kdelibs4_snapshot, since other factors
> plays in when that one is tagged.
>
>
> Cheers,
>
> 		Frans




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