SVN succesful-compilation tag

Alexander Neundorf neundorf at
Fri Feb 3 15:56:51 GMT 2006

On Friday 03 February 2006 08:13, Mantia Andras wrote:
> On Thursday 02 February 2006 22:55, Frans Englich wrote:
> > 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?).
> Yeah, but it compile on which platform, using which compiler, which
> supporting libraries and so on. You would need quite a big compiler
> farm to say freely that "it compiles". 

What you see on the kitware dashboard pages are not the result of a 
centralized compile farm. Everybody who uses cmake can just run a "make 
Experimental" or a "make Nightly" and the results will be submitted there.

> I'm not sure it is worth to do
> it. And if you dare to compile the development branch you should not be
> afraid of compilation/linking errors. And you should be able to report
> or fix yourself, this way making it even better..


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