Phoronix might provide per-commit performance testing for Wine (Awesome!!!)
michael at michaellarabel.com
Sun Apr 25 08:20:42 CDT 2010
Yes we are looking at the possibility of pairing Phoromatic Tracker with
Wine, such as we have been doing already with our daily Linux kernel
benchmarks and Ubuntu development packages.
Next week we should be hitting the first major milestone for the Windows
support with a number of the test profiles becoming functionally
equivalent to their Linux/BSD/OSX/OpenSolaris versions, so after that
point I can look more closely at the Wine support. There are some Wine
test profiles already, but I'm devising a way right now within the
infrastructure to allow all of the Windows test profiles to optionally
and transparently function against a Wine back-end.
 http://ubuntu-tracker.phoromatic.com/ [relaunching in the coming
days, there was a problem with the systems]
Scott Ritchie wrote:
> "Earlier today we then called out for benchmarking requests as what we
> should track next using our testing and execution framework (so far
> the likely contender is seeing how Wine's performance is evolving on a
> per-commit basis, but let us know what you think)"
> This would be incredibly helpful and I think we should collaborate
> more directly. I'd like to see Phoronix Test Suite's (under
> development) Windows version run regularly in Wine as well.
> I've copied Michael Larabel from Phoronix here, I'm hoping he will
> join the discussion. I'm willing to help Michael get Windows Phoronix
> working in Wine, if need be. Needless to say, thanks in advance :)
> Scott Ritchie
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