Setting up a Quality Team within KDE

Alexander Neundorf neundorf at
Sat Apr 21 11:37:22 BST 2012

On Saturday 14 April 2012, Laszlo Papp wrote:
> > Afterwards it runs cppcheck on the source code...
> That is a really nice advantage, if it can be integrated with handy
> tools. Although, I would personally like to use much more advanced and
> useful tools than cppcheck.
> [...]
> > But overall these are two very useful solutions which do not compete with
> > each other and we should make use of them in a useful combined way, e.g.
> > by submitting build results from to CDash.
> Fair enough, thanks.
> One additional comment on my side is that, if I read these lines on
> the jenkins website, I have the impression Jenkins can cover the use
> case of CDash in the sense of running the build from cron jobs:

I think cdash can do more than you (and me) know.
I know there is the so called cdash at home feature, which can kind of trigger 
builds on machines.
It can also be integrated with gerrit.
Here Marcus explains the setup Kitware is using:


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