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From: Felipe Magno de Almeida (felipe.m.almeida_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-07-15 09:38:14
Im running regressions for vc7.1 as it was already configured okay. I
have another machine which I can run vc8 beta2, but I would need to
install it first, so it probably wouldnt be started today... Which of
these compilers do you prefer to run? That way we can coordinate our
On 7/15/05, Goncalo N M de Carvalho <glslang_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> I offered on the main list to run the regression tests
> on Win32.
> I would just like to make some comments and ask for
> advice on the best way to manage this.
> The compilers I own are VC71, VC8 beta 2 and Intel
> 9.0. I intend to run VC8 tests in the morning and
> Intel 9 in the evening (GMT). This is mainly due to
> disk space considerations. The machines that are being
> used are a dual-core Pentium4 Xeon 3.2 Ghz HTT with
> 2Gb of Ram and a Athlon XP 3000 with 1Gb of ram. The
> latter machines has 200Gb of disk and I could run the
> tests on this machine alone since it is pretty much
> idle (SETI runs there all day).
> There's been offers on the developers list to run VC71
> and VC8 tests so I'm not sure what's the best way of
> making sure we're not overlapping each other.
> The tests are running as I write this but it was a bit
> painful to set them up. Regression.py did not build
> process_jam_log or bjam. Building this from CVS was
> also not trivial with the sln file pointing to
> directories that were non-existent.
> Also it has problem is handling directories with
> spaces on them "C:\Documents and Settings".
> Hopefully the report upload will go smooth...
> Anyhoo, feedback on this is most welcome.
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-- Felipe Magno de Almeida Developer from synergy and Computer Science student from State University of Campinas(UNICAMP). Unicamp: http://www.ic.unicamp.br Synergy: http://www.synergy.com.br "There is no dark side of the moon really. Matter of fact it's all dark."