Boost Testing :
From: Markus Schöpflin (markus.schoepflin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-08-20 11:29:32
Rene Rivera wrote:
> Markus Schöpflin wrote:
>> Rene Rivera wrote:
>>> Beman Dawes wrote:
>>>> Rene or Daniel, do we have a way to save the 1.36.0 results?
>>>> We should do that before opening branches/release up to changes for
>>>> the next release.
>>> The best way is to have some set of testers do a full run against
>>> 'tags/release/Boost_1_36_0'. It's what we did for the 1.35.0 results.
>>> So I know it works. And it can be done at any time that is convenient
>>> for testers. And doesn't need to hold up further development. When
>>> there are enough results up I can do a result generation run on what
>>> is available.
>> 1) Although my platform (Tru64/CXX) isn't amongst the list of
>> officially supported platforms, I would like to generate a set of
>> results against this tag, and upload it to the FTP server for
>> inclusion in the table. Is this OK?
> Yes, that's fine. Having more platforms & toolsets represented actually
> helps in generating the expected results for the next release.
Great, I will start a test run for the release tag then.
>> 2) Where a the test results from the releases? I cannot find a link to
>> them neither on beta.boost.org nor on www.boost.org I would have
>> expected the links to be available on www.boost.org either in
>> Development/Testing or even in Documentation. Can someone please point
>> me in the right direction?
> They aren't up yet. I wait around until there are a good number of
> results up before generating the report. Since I have to interrupt the
> regular report generation. So the stars have to align just right ;-) But
> they will show up in the testing section soon.
Understood. IIRC, we did the same thing for 1.35. Are those results