From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-05-09 12:19:12
on Mon May 07 2007, Brad King <brad.king-AT-kitware.com> wrote:
> FYI, CMake now comes with CTest which is a full DART client, so there is
> no need to install Tcl on every system anymore. There is now also a
> DART "2" that provides much more flexible display of testing results.
> IIRC, the new DART requires only java and a web server on the server
> side. CTest supports submission to both DART versions.
> Here is the DART "2" dashboard for CMake itself:
> and for a much larger project more on boost's scale:
Hmm, well I hope the presentation is tunable because it doesn't look
at first glance like what I see there would be very useful for Boost
in the form it is presented.
> CMake now also comes with CPack which creates configuration files for
> native packaging tools. The 2.4 CPack version is beta but is already
> good enough to package the CMake release itself.
> Together CMake, CTest and CPack provide a full development, testing, and
> distribution tool suite. They all come in a single installer.
Wow. Any chance you can make it to our testing sprint at BoostCon?
-- Dave Abrahams Boost Consulting http://www.boost-consulting.com Don't Miss BoostCon 2007! ==> http://www.boostcon.com
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