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From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-08-03 19:17:54

on Fri Aug 03 2007, Rene Rivera <> wrote:

> NOTE: This is not question about the whole testing & release management
> stuff on that /other/ thread.
> Since I'm going to be mucking about with Buildbot this weekend I'm
> wondering about where to put things in the SVN repo. Instead of
> continuing to shove stuff into the boost-root/tools tree, I'd rather
> move some of the testing infrastructure tools onto their own tree as we
> did with the beta web site. The goal, as with the web site, is to make
> it easier to develop without getting in the way of the release content.
> In particular because like the web site, testing doesn't follow the same
> release schedule as the libraries. The obvious location I have in mind
> is a top level testing dir, with subdirs as needed:
> svn/testing
> svn/testing/buildbot
> svn/testing/reports
> ...
> Thoughts?

If we're going to go that way, let's move all of tools/ at once. I
suggest you stick your stuff under tools/ until we do that. It
doesn't make sense to scatter our tools, does it?

Dave Abrahams
Boost Consulting
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