From: Victor A. Wagner Jr. (vawjr_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-07-31 15:27:52
I'm still having some difficulties w/ the test runs
even though I manually downloaded build_monitor.exe and put it in my
executable path, it does NOT stop the problem with the date-time modal
dialog box (may the person who invented those burn in hell) from bring my
script to a dead stop.
I scanned all the logs and apparently it's looking for build_monitor in
c:\Projects (the root for my stuff) I've just moved build_monitor.exe and
pskill.exe there and will be starting a run shortly.
I'm going to be out (company social gathering in 2.5 hours) so if it hangs
on the dialog box again I won't see it until much later this evening.
After some conversations with the author of CVSNT (the client I use), I
believe that the commands used to UPDATE from cvs are "out of whack". All
flavors of CVS write information into the sandbox so that using the -d is
pointless.... (in my case harmful, since it wants to use a protocol I don't
have). The "proper" way to update a sandbox is to cd to the directory,
then cvs update (I then use the options -dPA to force new directories to
be created if they're in the repository, prune (now) empty directories, and
to remove ALL tags so that the head is what's being tested).
a further difficulty I'm having is that assumptions are made about where
things are (or should be)
this is the result of a dir /s on the results directory
Total Files Listed:
14465 File(s) 7,659,210,453 bytes
16508 Dir(s) 1,739,026,432 bytes free
as you can see, I'm getting a little cramped for space here... would there
be some way to put all that output somewhere else?? (my "data" (not
development) drive has about 11 gig free..of course adding 7.6 will
certainly make IT look small)
At Saturday 2004-07-31 04:47, you wrote:
>Joaquín Mª López Muñoz writes:
> > Thank you. I'm happy to inform that all multi_index tests pass now for
> > MSVC 8.0. This hopefully completes the fixing works for this lib.
>Great job, Joaquín, and thank you!
Victor A. Wagner Jr. http://rudbek.com
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