Re: Help out autobuilding curl on multiple platforms!
Date: 21 Jan 2003 07:26:16 -0500
Have you considered Dart (http://public.kitware.com/Dart). It does the
collection of results to the central web site, where you can go through,
see compile warnings and errors for different platforms, and see runtime
results. It also supports gcc style coverage and purify/valgrind memory
If you are interested, I can help you set it up. Just as an example,
check test results of some open source projects we host:
On Tue, 2003-01-21 at 04:20, Daniel Stenberg wrote:
> I've spent some time on putting together a shell script that I would like
> people to run on various operating systems. The script testcurl does:
> 1. updates curl source from CVS
> 2. generates the build environment (using buildconf)
> 3. runs configure (optionally using your custom arguments)
> 4. builds curl (in a separate build-dir)
> 5. runs the tests (make test)
> 6. removes the build dir
> The output from all this should be mailed to the automatic receiver I've
> setup for this purpose.
> Personally, I'll setup and run this script on a Solaris 2.7 host and at least
> one Linux i386. I'll make sure that these run regularly.
> So, if you have some CPU cycles to spare and some time to set things up,
> please get in touch and help us out.
> The collected status of all distributed tests that are collected will of
> course be viewable on the curl web site, and I'm smoothing out the scripts
> for it right now.
> The script is currently available here:
> I don't have any further written documents on how to setup this environment,
> but it'll come (if anyone hears my call).
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Received on 2003-01-21