daily winetest generation
saulius2 at ar.fi.lt
Fri Jan 6 09:15:29 CST 2006
* On Fri, 6 Jan 2006, Paul Millar wrote:
> * On Friday 06 Jan 2006 01:29, Saulius Krasuckas wrote:
> > I think compiled EXEs should be released regardless of their
> > generation date. No?
Excuse me for my typos and logical mistakes, but..
> Personally, I'd prefer building winetest.exe as part of WRT (auto
> regression testing based on CVS commits). WRT builds winetest.exe
> anyway (in fact, all the DLLs and EXEs it can), but the results are not
> registered, so no one sees them.
I didn't got it - when do the results get not registered? Or when it
> However, dealing with asynchronous updates was thought both too
> difficult and not necessary so we have the synchronous once-a-day
> builds. I'm maintaining a separate cron-triggered build process,
Are its results public? :)
What belongs to WRT and what does to your separate build process?
> The winetest infrastructure was originally designed to work with
> once-a-day releases, although I'm not sure if that restriction is used
> within the code. Changing it to work with potentially more frequent
> releases might require no extra work, or a fair bit.
Paul, just to note, I am perfectly fine with a per-day releases. :)
> In favour of the status quo: it works, its simple, you have to wait (at
> most) one day [*] and there's no need to change any of the
> winetest/winrash/.. infrastructure.
> In favour of change: faster turn-around (and would make my life a bit
> simpler :^)
Well, I may not understand your reply correctly, but why then I see only
1 release during 2006 year at the of the page :
[DIR] 200512271000/ 06-Jan-2006 04:05 -
[DIR] 200601061000/ 06-Jan-2006 05:50 -
when WRT summary page  tells us there were several successful builds in
this year already:
Thu Jan 5 17:29:03
Wed Jan 4 20:51:31
Wed Jan 4 15:00:50
Tue Jan 3 21:38:32
Tue Jan 3 14:38:04
Has that happend due to lack of running Winrash clients during this time?
My Winrash stayed IDLE when I had launched it several times.
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