john.bywater at appropriatesoftwarefoundation.org
Wed May 4 13:20:22 UTC 2005
I've written some stuff to automate checkout, build, install, and test.
Running this simple 'tester boot' script...
...should retrieve, save to a temporary location, and execute the latest
automated checkout-build-install-test script...
...which checks out the latest files from the repository, builds and
installs the whole system to another temporary location, and runs the
system tests on the installation.
The thing would be to run the script regularly, and generate a warning
email when the output isn't fine (such as it doesn't say all the tests
Currently, it should say 4 tests run OK.... ;-)
I would appreciate feedback on how it runs on other machines. I've got
no idea if it works on Windows, but I have tried to code platform
independently. But it really should work on Linux.
If it works, we have a stable, automatic way of checking whether the
latest code in the repository is OK.
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