From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-02-12 07:14:00
hartmutkaiser_at_[hidden] (Hartmut Kaiser) writes:
> Martin Wille wrote:
>> > Anyhow, I think your point about multiple reporting is a
>> good one. The
>> > volume of tests is just too high. Fewer, more comprehensive, tests
>> > would be easier to monitor.
>> This could be implemented by using another build target.
>> I'm under the impression that the test results aren't
>> monitored by the library maintainers unless we're close to a release.
>> So, it doesn't make much sense to run all the tests all the time.
> What about generating an email to the maintainers of the corresponding
> library, which makes sure they will know about a failed test ... :-)
Yeah, great idea. That's what the BuildBot does. Only, it first
sends mail to the person that broke the test, in hopes that (s)he'll
fix the problem. That's much better, IMO.
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