[Python-Dev] buildbot vs. Windows

Michael Hudson mwh at python.net
Wed Feb 22 14:53:18 CET 2006

"Martin v. Löwis" <martin at v.loewis.de> writes:

> Tim Peters wrote:
>> Speaking of which, a number of test failures over the past few weeks
>> were provoked here only under -r (run tests in random order) or under
>> a debug build, and didn't look like those were specific to Windows. 
>> Adding -r to the buildbot test recipe is a decent idea.  Getting
>> _some_ debug-build test runs would also be good (or do we do that
>> already?).
> So what is your recipe: Add -r to all buildbots? Only to those which
> have an 'a' in their name? Only to every third build? Duplicating
> the number of builders?
> Same question for --with-pydebug. Combining this with -r would multiply
> the number of builders by 4 already.

Instead of running release and debug builds, why not just run debug
builds?  They catch more problems, earlier.


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