Boost Testing :
From: Martin Slater (mslater_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-04-13 22:44:59
Strange, my log file doesn't contain anything to do with updating
regression.py (I've stashed the current log so let us know if you need
it). The timestamp of my current regression.py is from 12 April so I
assume it has been happening.....just checked the latest cvs-head
version and I seem to be all up to date. Let us know if there is
anything else I need to do.
Aleksey Gurtovoy wrote:
>Aleksey Gurtovoy writes:
>>Yes, "win32" category should go away as soon as the corresponding
>>runners upload new results.
>Given that 'regression.py' gets automatically updated, that is. For
>some reason, this doesn't seem to be the case for Stefan and Martin
>Slater. Gentelmen, could you please check what your 'regression.py'
>logs say on the matter? The auto-update takes part at the very end of
>the regressions' run, so at the bottom of your log there will be
>something similar to this:
># Updating /Users/alexy/boost-regression/runner/regression.py from /Users/alexy/boost-regression/runner/boost/tools/regression/xsl_reports/runner/regression.py...
># Checking modification dates...
># Saving a backup copy of the current script...
># Replacing /Users/alexy/boost-regression/runner/regression.py with a newer version...