Subject: Re: [boost] [testing] How do you interpret the SHA1 revision(outdated results)?
From: Daniel James (dnljms_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-01-23 06:57:47
On 23 January 2014 11:50, Vladimir Prus <ghost_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Sorry for being vague above. They are run on master branch of the super
> project, which points to master
> branch of regex, which is that old. I am unsure what's the value of testing
> master branch of superproject
> at this point. It's too early.
It's a mistake since it's part of the develop report, I don't know if
it's a problem in the regression scripts, or user error.
>> 2) How did you figure that out?
>> If I run the git ls-tree command above on my working system I get a "not a
>> valid object name" error, plus not everyone has a Unix command
>> line to hand...
> Did you do "git fetch" in the superproject? As for Unix command line, the
> approach that Michael used will work as well - look at the
> tree at github and it should have subproject references, like so:
> - Go to
> - Click 'browse code'
> - Go to 'libs' and record the short id of regex.
> - Manually paste that id into URL, like so:
> Yes, it's ugly roundabout way.
There's another thread about improving the information in the report,
which could include a link to github. But apparently I have to
implement it, which might not happen soon.
I could possibly improve the commit messages. An easy change would be
to include the submodule's branch (not the super-project's since
commits can appear on multiple branches), I might try doing that
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