[Cython] Hudson account
markflorisson88 at gmail.com
Tue Apr 19 13:09:00 CEST 2011
On 19 April 2011 12:53, Stefan Behnel <stefan_ml at behnel.de> wrote:
> 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.
> Ok, you should have write rights now.
>>> Please be careful not to break too much, and note that it's easier to
>>> 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.
Switching the branches would be fine with me, so 3 Python versions x 1
branch x 2xC/C++ = 6 jobs. Is it necessary to separate C from C++
> 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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