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SVN-Testing: Running Test scripts?

From: FRuG FoREST <frugforest__at__gmail.com>
Date: 2004-08-11 00:27:59 CEST

SVN team,

Ok, I have access to handful of Linux and Sun OS servers, and would like
to do my part in running some breakage/build-tests for the community and
send resuls to:

I read the instructions on:

The description under 'svn-breakage' mentions to read a file called
'PLATFORM' and I can't seem to find that file anywhere in the SVN source

In looking around at various files and scripts, I think it really means to
say something like..

    Read the following files for more information on running tests.

But I still can't seem to piece together all the pieces for setting up a
complete automated way of running 'standard' tests. (svntest-update.sh
seems close?)

What I would like is just a simple line in my crontab,

# run svn test scripts
01 2 * * * svn run-parts /data/1/repos/svntest/run-all-tests.sh

If someone could point me in the general direction, or throw me a
collection of test/scripts to run. I'd be happy to do what I can for some
CPU cycles. (After of course, checking over the non-root'ing scripts
first. :)


p.s. Systems include (I have root on almost all of these):
   Linux: 2 Debian, 1 GenToo, 3 RedHat, 1 Fedora,
   along with 2 Solaris/Suns and 2 Windows XP boxes.

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