From: Jeff Garland (jeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-11-22 12:29:23
On Mon, 22 Nov 2004 12:21:44 -0500, Caleb Epstein wrote
> > It would really help if we had a regression test runner for Solaris tools
> > (hint, hint)-- that way we could see what works and what doesn't...
> I'll gladly volunteer, but the process would be a very manual one.
> The Solaris machines to which I have access are firewalled, so I am
> not able to grab code from CVS regularly unless perhaps there is a
> regular Boost CVS "tarball" hosted via FTP or http/https. Similarly
> I wouldn't be able to host any web pages with the results of the
> build/regression tests; these would need to be pushed back to some
> other site again via FTP/http.
> Is this do-able?
Actually, you are in luck b/c I believe that is exactly how things work.
Grab a tar from boost consulting, generate the results, upload to meta-
comm -- the process is documented somewhere, but I don't have the link
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