[kde-solaris] ensuring KDE svn trunk builds on Solaris

Sriram Narayanan sriram at belenix.org
Wed Nov 18 04:23:02 CET 2009

The Belenix team will ensure a run on Belenix everyday.

I'll also co-ordinate with Hajma to see that we have a build on
Solaris or OpenSolaris.

I'll follow up with you on this.

-- Ram

On 11/18/09, Alexander Neundorf <neundorf at kde.org> wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm looking for people who are interested in providing Nightly builds of KDE
> 4
> svn trunk for Solaris.
> Recently we set up cdash dashboards for several KDE modules (kdesupport,
> kdelibs, kdebase, kdepimlibs, kdepim, kdenetwork, kdeadmin,
> kdeaccessibility , kdeexamples) on http://my.cdash.org.
> The idea is to build KDE every night on different machines and operating
> systems to make sure it stays building everywhere.
> If something breaks, notification emails with the errors can be sent, e.g.
> to
> this list or to the committers.
> Until now only me and Volker Krause are providing Nightly builds there, and
> both on Linux. Now most KDE developers are using Linux, so having Nightly
> builds on non-Linux systems is actually even more important.
> So, is anybody here interested to run a Nightly build of KDE on Solaris once
> per day ?
> I still have to document this somewhere, probably on techbase, on how to get
> this working.
> Short version: check out kdesdk/, there in cmake/scripts/ is a shell script
> Nightlys-2.6.2, which is the shell script which drives the Nightly build on
> my machine. If you open it, the places which have to be changed should be
> obvious, i.e. the path to cmake, setting CMAKE_PREFIX_PATH, and not that
> much
> more.
> So, if you are interested, please let me know and I'll help with setting it
> up.
> The first step should probably be that you head over to my.cdash.org and get
> yourself an account there.
> Alex
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