From: Paul Baxter (paje_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-03-10 08:12:28
You might want to take a look at the sourceforge compilefarm, a service that
does this sort of things a variety of linux/BSD systems.
From www.sourceforge.net news release
( http://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?forum_id=9827 )
"VA Linux Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq:LNUX), a recognized leader in Linux and Open
Source solutions, today introduced the SourceForge(TM) CompileFarm--a unique
service that gives Open Source developers a convenient way to build and test
applications on multiple versions of the Linux and BSD operating systems
over the Internet. Other new features on SourceForge, the world's largest
Open Source development center, include the SourceForge Patch Manager and
Support Manager--two Web-based tools that make it easy for project
administrators to manage code submissions and support requests. "
Its not quite what you were looking for but it might be a start.
----- Original Message -----
From: Beman Dawes <beman_at_[hidden]>
To: Boost.org mailing list <boost_at_[hidden]>
Sent: 09 March 2000 21:57
Subject: [boost] Remote compiling
> One of the problems boost contributors keep running into is that they
> only have access to one or two compilers and on a single platform.
> The contributor would like to try at least compilation if not tests
> with multiple platforms and compilers to work out portability issues.
> In private email, Jens Maurer and I have fanaticized about some boost
> member setting up a perl-CGI interface for remote compiling. Not
> something for the general public, just password access for boost
> Jens has offered to help write the perl-CGI interface, but neither he
> nor I have the always-on Internet access or enough compilers and/or
> platforms to make it worthwhile.
> If any boost members would be interested in supplying this sort of
> remote compiling facility to boost members, please contact Jens to
> see what can be worked out.
> PS. In the meantime, Jens would like reports of compilation problems
> with his random library, particularly on platforms other than
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