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Re: Subversion portability [Was: Re: Windows build severly broken due to read-only issues...]

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2002-02-11 18:56:06 CET

I wrote:
> But I'd like to second Philip's comments: the issue here isn't that
> the changes aren't well thought-out, it's that people are expecting
> ...

Sigh, and once again it turns out there was no need to write it,
because Branko beat me to it in a separate thread... Sorry 'bout that.
I did read all of the orginal thread first, at least. :-)

> In short: we have to define a set of target platforms for 1.0, and try
> to find machines to test on. I can help with Win32, HP-UX and Solaris,
> maybe AIX with a bit of luck.

Branko, are you doing automated "make; make check" on these platforms?
Do you want to be?

I've been thinking it's time to set up an automated build/test system,
that would mail nightly results to a new list


or something. The most important of the automated platforms would be
Windows, because it's what we break most often. How hard would it be
to set up automated build and mailoff on Windows?

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