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Re: [Bacula-devel] Reporting of regression tests
On Monday 25 February 2008 14.31:40 Frank Sweetser wrote:
> Dan Langille wrote:
> > What I'd like to have is a system for reporting regression tests.
> > I'm seeking
> > volunteers to help design and maintain this system. I volunteer to
> > be the
> > project manager / overseer / gopher. Others can do the fun stuff:
> > coding,
> > etc.
> > I can donate the server resources for the above. What I need is people
> > willing to assemble the system, either by using an existing solution or
> > creating our own. I don't think it needs to be very complex. The
> > volunteers
> > will do the 'heavy lifting', whatever that will be.
> > An example of what other projects do:
> > http://buildfarm.postgresql.org/
> > I think we have a pretty good network of beta testers at the moment.
> > This proposed project builds upon that. It does not replace it.
> IIRC, wasn't Kern already talking about transitioning the build system away
> from automake to cmake?
Yes, I would like to do that, but then I realized that cmake is not standard
software on all systems (like RedHat if I remember right), so as for
converting the basic Bacula build process to cmake, I am sort of taking a
wait and see attitude.
> If this is still the plan, then that would enable
> us to use CMAke with the Dart system:
On the other hand, to use cmake and the dart system for doing regression tests
poses no problems for me -- I believe that any one who is capable of running
the regression scripts (rather easy) could easily install cmake if it is not
already on his machine.
> which looks like it does exactly what you're looking for.
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