From: Rene Rivera (grafik666_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-02-07 17:52:49
[2003-02-07] Alisdair Meredith wrote:
>Rene Rivera wrote:
>> In order to make regression test browsing more pleasant for all of us. I
>> decided to work up a little script to gather up all the test results that
>> get posted to the boost.sourceforge.net site. So browse on over to:
>> ..and take a look.
>An invaluable page to be sure (if I haven't said so before)
>A feature request and a question though (some of us are never satisfied
Count me in that "us" ;-\
>Q: Why the two AIX entries at different ends of the table? Is one
>redundant? Is it simply a matter of different people running the
Don't know if different people ran it or not. But it is simply that one has
a different file name, from an old run, and the table is sorted strictly on
the file name of the results.
>And feature request:
>Would it be useful to color-code the date of when a test was last run,
>to give us some idea of age? Use the 'traffic-light' scheme already in
>place, default colour for last run within the week, green, yellow and
>red for 2, 4 or more weeks since last run.
I've been trying to figure out a good way to show that some test are newer
than others, because sorting by date is not possible, and I like that
suggestion very much :-] I'd prefer a bit more granularity than you suggest
though. How'bout this:
GREEN -- tests ran in the last 48 hours.
YELLOW -- tests ran in the last 7 days.
RED -- tests ran in the last 14 days.
BLACK -- tests are older than 14 days.
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