[Python-Dev] Snakebite v0.1: ready for beta testing.
brett at python.org
Tue Sep 11 14:23:34 CEST 2012
Very cool, Trent! I also love the retro use of svn as a tie-in to how long
you have been fighting to bring this project to fruition. =)
On Tue, Sep 11, 2012 at 8:20 AM, Trent Nelson <trent at snakebite.org> wrote:
> Quick start:
> % cd ~ && svn co http://svn.snakebite.net/.snakebite && cd .snakebite &&
> sh snakebite.subr
> If all goes well, you should see something like this:
> A .snakebite/snakebite.subr
> A .snakebite/ssh_config_ext
> A .snakebite/ssh_known_hosts
> U .snakebite
> Checked out revision 58.
> Created link for 'sb'.
> Created link for 'sbx'.
> Created link for 'sby'.
> Created link for 'sbctl'.
> Fixed permissions for /Users/Trent/.snakebite/snakebite.subr.
> The following commands can now be executed directly:
> Testing connection.........done.
> Getting a list of your projects...done.
> Looking up your username for project 'cpython'...done.
> Getting project details for 'trent.nelson at cpython'...done.
> Setting current project to 'cpython'...done.
> Trent, you're now configured for cpython. Enjoy!
> | Available Hosts |
> | (Last Update: 2012-09-11 11:08:01Z) |
> | Alias | OS | Arch |
> | a7|AIX 7.1 | Power4 |
> | d3|DragonFlyBSD 3.0.2 | x64 |
> | d3x|DragonFlyBSD 3.0.2 | x86 |
> | h2|HP-UX 11iv2 | PA-RISC |
> | h3|HP-UX 11iv3 | Itanium2 |
> | i6|IRIX 6.5.30 | MIPS |
> | n51|NetBSD 5.1.2 | x64 |
> | n51x|NetBSD 5.1.2 | x86 |
> | o51x|OpenBSD 5.1 | x86 |
> | o51|OpenBSD 5.1 | x64 |
> | s10|Solaris 10 | SPARC |
> | s9|Solaris 9 | SPARC |
> Enter alias:
> Simply enter any of the aliases in the table and it'll ssh you into
> that box as cpython@, i.e.:
> Enter alias: a7
> AIX arsenic 1 7 000BF95F4C00
> :::. :::::::.. .::::::. .,:::::: :::. :::. ::: .,-:::::
> ;;`;; ;;;;``;;;; ;;;` ` ;;;;'''' `;;;;, `;;; ;;; ,;;;'````'
> ,[[ '[[, [[[,/[[[' '[==/[[[[, [[cccc [[[[[. '[[ [[[ [[[
> c$$$cc$$$c $$$$$$c ''' $ $$"""" $$$ "Y$c$$ $$$ $$$
> 888 888, 888b "88bo, 88b dP 888oo,__ 888 Y88 888 `88bo,__,o,
> YMM ""` MMMM "W" "YMmMY" """"YUMMM MMM YM MMM
> AIX 7.1
> IBM IntelliStation 9114-275
> 2 x 1.4GHz Power4 CPUs
> 2 x 2Gbps LP9802 FC HBAs
> 8GB RAM, 4 x 36GB
> [cpython at arsenic]~%
> General notes:
> - Almost all of the hosts have a corresponding cpython build slave,
> which always lives in ~/buildslave.
> - You're more than welcome to set up local builds on each box.
> Keep everything in ~/hg. Some hosts already have a ~/hg dir,
> others don't. The layout should be:
> If they don't exist, feel free to create them. It's going to
> be easiest to just clone the corresponding build directory
> from ~/buildslave, i.e. if you want a local 3.x area but no
> ~/hg/3.x exists:
> % cd ~/hg
> % hg clone ~/buildslave/3.x-*/build 3.x
> Once a base repo has been created, you can clone a local copy:
> hg clone 3.x 3.x.trent.issue2811
> Try follow that naming convention as it'll make it easier for
> other developers to figure out what each directory is for.
> Also, try and keep tabs on local builds and remove things you
> don't need once you're done. I haven't finished hooking up
> the SAN yet so everything is on local disks at the moment;
> disk space is a bit light in some places.
> - If you're not used to vi shell key bindings, you're going to
> have a bad time :-)
> - Almost all of the hosts (except for the *BSDs) have been set
> up to use a common ~/.zsh and ~/.vim:
> They're both based on random dotfile hacking I've done over
> the years and are far from elegant -- so, suggestions welcome.
> If I'm awake and working, I'll be on #python-dev, so that'll be the
> best place to get me if you need immediate assistance.
> So, log in and have a play around! Oh, X11 forwarding works, too,
> just invoke `sbx` (or `sby`) instead of `sb` and it'll invoke ssh
> with -X or -Y respectively. All the proprietary UNIX hosts have
> X11 installed, complete with glorious circa-late-nineties Motif
> eye candy.
> For those looking for tangible things to do... take a look at the
> current buildslaves with [SB] in the name -- almost all of them are
> failing in some way/shape/form, so there's plenty of stuff to get
> your teeth stuck into :-)
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