From: Rene Rivera (grafikrobot_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-10-26 14:33:02
Eric Niebler wrote:
> Vladimir Prus wrote:
>> The problem is that Rene does not have access to Ubuntu's gcc compiler, nor to
>> cygwin's gcc compiler, so he could not test with those compilers.
> That's a problem. No *nix? No Windows? Rene, what do you use, a Mac? If
> you're going to be hacking toolsets, we need to get you access to
> platforms you can test on.
I normally have access to all of those... But, because of some personal
circumstances, I don't currently have them. Normally I would have access
to Win2K, WinXP, Ubuntu, MacOSX, and OpenBSD but right now I have access
only to my regular Win2K desktop (I might try and see if I can get my
Ubuntu laptop working in my temporary work location -- the laptop works
just not sure the networking will). Recently I signed up for the SF
compile farm but that's a considerable pain to use as it looks like they
are heavily used machines and hence it make for unbearable testing and
slow typing :-(
> /me wishes once again for a Boost compile farm.
I've been wishing for that for some time now also :-\ In general though
I think we need an automated compile/test submission system. As there is
also a need from the library testing side to submit code to test before
checking it into CVS and hence before impacting everyone.
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