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Re: GUI for subversion?

From: Jay Freeman \(saurik\) <saurik_at_saurik.com>
Date: 2002-06-07 00:06:53 CEST


My understanding is that Brane had an automated build working to the
svn-breakage mailing list (which required deactivating the tests that
assumed symlinks, and hacking up a few of the other tests to use the right
Win32 file name semantics), but didn't leave it running as so many of the
tests were failing.

(more to Karl:)
This also happens to be the thread that I am in reference to with the
suggestion to rip out the read only fs code. The name of the thread was
"svn rev 1724: FAIL (Win32 Release)" from back in April, if anyone is
curious. For Karl's benefit, I will reduce my usage of passive voice for a
moment (which I don't consider a valid arugment point, passive versus active
voice shouldn't effect what is said that much, it more effects the
forcefullness of the stance): everyone ignored the discussion. Branko
followed up on the build failures in a post called "Win32 client status"
(rather than "this was followed up in..."). Noone responded to the message,
or even seemed to acknowledge it (rather than "which was ignored").

Regardless, I have a Win32 box that I have running 24/7 that I would be
willing to run automated builds on.

Jay Freeman (saurik)

----- Original Message -----
From: "William Uther" <will+@cs.cmu.edu>
To: "svn-dev" <dev@subversion.tigris.org>
Sent: Wednesday, June 05, 2002 4:57 PM
Subject: Re: GUI for subversion?

> Hi,
> I should stay out of this, but...
> This way the Win32 programmers could concentrate on writing win32
> 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
> - I don't have win32 box around here. Sorry.)
> Later,
> \x/ill :-}

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