[Monetdb-developers] nightly target contents
cgfoss at yahoo.com
Wed May 23 17:10:51 CEST 2007
OK. From the answers it seems that the
--nightly=<current|stable> should produce a successful
compilation on any given developer's setup. If not,
then bug somewhere.
Thanks for giving me a method to try and determine
when a bug fix is included in one of the --nightly
--- Stefan Manegold <Stefan.Manegold at cwi.nl> wrote:
> On Wed, May 23, 2007 at 10:08:34AM +0200, Fabian
> Groffen wrote:
> > On 22-05-2007 09:02:22 -0700, Colin Foss wrote:
> > > Sorry if this question is borderline user.
> > >
> > > Using monetdb-install.sh, what does
> > > actually contain? What does --nightly=current
> > > contain?
> > We maintain "two" main branches. The HEAD of the
> repository, is where
> > all development is made. We refer to it as
> "current". The "stable"
> > branch is where the releases are made from, and
> contains only
> > (bug)fixes, no new features.
> > > Do the nightly tar files contain source from a
> > > sucessful build or simply a CVS checkout?
> > I'm not 100% sure, but I believe they contain the
> last known successful
> > compilation of a CVS checkout.
> The soure tarballs obviously contain the results of
> a successful `make dist`
> (that's how they are produced), which requires a
> successful `./bootstrap ;
> configure ; make` from the CVS source base.
> Note that "successful" refers to compilation, only;
> successfull testing is
> not require for (succesfully) building the source
> tarballs. For the latest
> nightly testing results see our "TestWeb" at
> For the "Current" development trunk (CVS HEAD), `cvs
> update` is (currently)
> run every night at just after midnight (CEST), while
> for the "Stable" release
> branch(es), `cvs update` is run around 5:00 am CEST.
> Note that with SF, running `cvs update` does not
> guarantee that it indeed
> However, for the most recent 30-31 days, the
> respetive CVS versions used for
> nightly testing and building both source tar balls
> and binary distributions
> (RPMs) (see
> tagged in CVS as "Stable_DailyBuild-<DayOfMonth>"
> "Current_DailyBuild-<DayOfMonth>", respectively.
> > > Is a cross-reference between bug number and
> > > --nightly=<target> maintained?
> - users reporting bugs often (mostly) do (can?) not
> accurately specify
> which *excat* version they are using when they
> detected and files a bug.
> - developers (should) know the excat version the fix
> a bug on, but the bug
> fix is only confirmed once (1) a respective test
> has been provided AND
> (2) the next nights testing was successful AND (3)
> the user reporting the
> bug has confirmed the fix --- by then, we're
> usually some days further...
> > No. Unfortunately, we don't have a ChangeLog file
> either which allows
> > for easy inspection of inclusion of a bug.
> CVS maintains the ChangeLog for us; see `cvs log`.
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