On Wed, Jun 05, 2002 at 05:57:35PM -0400, William Uther wrote:
> this paragraph as changing anything. How about some other suggestions:
> - someone set up a Win32 box doing an automated build and test. send the
> results to email@example.com.
brane, sussman and I were just talking about this on IRC today. We would also
like to be able to test over ra_dav on win32, which is currently impossible
(due to the use of symlinks in the dav testing code).
> - Add some OS specific tests to the test system. This could test things
> like the c:\pathnames on Win32. Might need a third N/A outcome on the test
> harness for tests that were not tried due to the fact that they're not
> relevant on the test system.
> This way the Win32 programmers could concentrate on writing win32 regression
> tests when things break. If they get broken again then at least everyone
> will know. It'll provide faster feedback to the svn developers if they
> break something on Win32.
> So, who wants to volunteer to run the Win32 auto-build system? (Can't be me
> - I don't have win32 box around here. Sorry.)
I don't yet, but may be able to in a few months once I have access to a win32
machine and dev environment.
Kevin Pilch-Bisson http://www.pilch-bisson.net
"Historically speaking, the presences of wheels in Unix
has never precluded their reinvention." - Larry Wall
Received on Thu Jun 6 00:02:35 2002
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