Nightly test runs from 2008-10-02_01:15:02
apaku at gmx.de
Fri Oct 3 10:25:31 UTC 2008
On 03.10.08 01:11:03, M Breugelmans wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 3, 2008 at 12:54 AM, Andreas Pakulat <apaku at gmx.de> wrote:
> > Right, a lot more we simply don't need. Also it puts up quite some
> > requirements, basically a full blown php+mysql server. My little script
> > doesn't need any of that and still works just fine as far as I can see.
> I'm going to have to disagree with that. Which of it's features is
> bloated in your opinion? None that I can think of ;)
You're not understanding what I'm saying. To run KDevelops and
KDevPlatforms tests its currently totally sufficient to simply build them
and then run ctest. We currently don't need anything but that and CDash has
a lot more to offer, which we just don't need right now. Hence its
"useless" features for us right now.
> Php and mysql are pretty standard gear for a server anyway.
That depends on what the server does, and the machine I'm sparing here to
do the build+test is my desktop workmachine which has neither of the two
If you want to find a server to setup CDash on, thats fine with me, I'll
make sure I send my builds over. But setting up CDash on my workmachine,
just to run the tests for our two modules is simply wasted time IMHO.
> CDash shines especially with multiple build configurations, eg when we
> got a windows build bot up as well.
And who will fix the errors if there are any? Most of the time its nothing
simple, so you need someone with a windows system that can build kdevelop
and a good bunch of MSVC knowledge to find and fix the error.
If nobody fixes the found problems its pretty much wasted time/energy to do
automated builds/tests. Thats why koffice has no test-runs anymore - nobody
Today is National Existential Ennui Awareness Day.
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