[Python-Dev] [Python-checkins] buildbot warnings in hppa Ubuntu dapper trunk
brett at python.org
Fri Jun 9 05:38:29 CEST 2006
On 6/8/06, Tim Peters <tim.peters at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> What revision was your laptop at before the update? It could help a
> >> lot to know the earliest revision at which this fails.
> > No clue. I had not updated my local version in quite some time since
> > of my dev as of late has been at work.
> A good clue is to look at the "Revsion: NNNNN" line from "svn info"
> output executed from the root of your checkout. Or if you have the
> Python executable handy:
> >>> import sys
> >>> sys.subversion
> ('CPython', 'trunk', '46762')
> No, I'm not making that up!
Oh, I believe you. Issue is that I did a svn update when I got home today.
I have another checkout that I never modify (to use as a reference checkout)
that I have not updated since rev. 43738 and it passes the tests. That sure
helps narrow it down, doesn't it. =) A quick check of rev. 46750 has the
test passing as well.
> >> Doing a binary search under SVN should be very easy, given that
> >> a revision number identifies the entire state of the repository.
> > That would be handy. Question is do we just want a progressive
> backtrack or
> > an actual binary search that goes back a set number of revisions and
> > begins to creep back up in rev. numbers when it realizes it has gone
> > too far.
> What we really want to do is solve the problem.
If we're going to tie
> up my machine doing it, I want as few builds as theoretically
> possible. If we're going to tie up your machine, it's fine by me if
> it goes back one checkin at a time until 1991 :-)
=) On my slow machine, it might be another 15 years before we get to
current on HEAD.
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