[Cython] Hudson account

Stefan Behnel stefan_ml at behnel.de
Tue Apr 19 12:53:36 CEST 2011

mark florisson, 19.04.2011 12:31:
> On 19 April 2011 12:19, Stefan Behnel wrote:
>> mark florisson, 19.04.2011 11:14:
>>> Can I get a Hudson account so I can setup my branches there?
>> I've created one for you. Please tell me when you have changed your
>> password, so that I can give you write access.
> Done.

Ok, you should have write rights now.

>> Please be careful not to break too much, and note that it's easier to work
>> at the file system level if you want to do mass duplication/adaptation of
>> jobs. If you tell me what you need, I can set it up for you.
> All I want is to run the master branch (it has the 'with gil'
> statement') and the openmp branch. I also want the fusedtypes branch,
> which I'll create in a minute or two.

That's three branches in total, plus the builds in three CPython versions 
(2.4, 2.7 and Py3k), plus 2xC/C++ testing each. So, at least 3+9+18=30 new 
jobs that will compete with the others.

I would expect that the three branches would rarely be changed all at the 
same time (except when you update them from the main branch), but that may 
still result in quite some additional delays due to the longer build queue.

Vitek currently has one set of build jobs for himself and can change the 
branches at need. Question to the others: should we continue to do this, or 
set up a full set of build jobs for each git branch we want to test?


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