dgerard at gmail.com
Fri Jun 6 14:10:38 CDT 2008
2008/5/30 David Gerard <dgerard at gmail.com>:
Looking at test.winehq.org, I appear to be the only person in the
world bothering to do this! It's really not hard ...
Quick guide: (Dan etc., please check over!)
INITIAL SETUP: Get the code, build it the first time, run the tests
the first time:
cd # start from your home directory
git clone git://source.winehq.org/git/wine.git wine # takes 30-60 min
./tools/wineinstall # takes 30-60 min
sh dotests [your-unique-tag] # takes about 15 minutes for me
You now have a full source tree and a compiled copy of Wine.
SUBSEQUENT DAILY TESTS:
git fetch origin; git rebase origin # quite quick
If there's been no changes in the past day, stop here. If there have
make # build just the changes; takes 5-10 minutes for me
sh dotests [your-unique-tag]
The bit marked [your-unique-tag] should be some identifier for you and
the system you're testing on, e.g. I use dgerard-hardy-6710b (me, my
copy of Ubuntu, my laptop).
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