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Re: JamaicaVM and GNU Classpath
- From: Mark Wielaard <mark at klomp dot org>
- To: Andy Walter <anwalt at aicas dot com>
- Cc: classpath at gnu dot org, aicas <aicas at aicas dot com>, Torsten Rupp <rupp at aicas dot com>, mauve-discuss at sources dot redhat dot com
- Date: 27 Oct 2002 16:06:28 +0100
- Subject: Re: JamaicaVM and GNU Classpath
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On Sat, 2002-10-26 at 16:14, Andy Walter wrote:
> What do you do with your statistics? We use CVS to store the detailed report
> and use a brief summary as log message. We use the CVS facilities of sending
> an eMail with the log message to all developers.
Not enough :( I just make sure that they are generated everyday so that
it is easy to see on what day which test stopped working by searching
the gcc-testresults archives.
> We use scripts to generate a wrapping main class for each test (which is maybe
> not what the mauve developers intended, because running the test suite takes
> some time that way, but we want to be able to generate proper log files even
> in case some severe bug was found in the VM).
I once wrote something like that when Kissme was a lot less mature and
crashing a lot (at least on powerpc). They have not yet been integrated
into CVS yet, but can be found in the mauve-discuss archives:
> For the improved statistics, we plan to store the result of each single test
> class in a separate CVS'ed file, so comparing the results should be quite
> Since we use autoconf to configure the script, another VM can be easily used.
That would be very nice for comparing results.
> I just wanted to give you a short overview. We don't like to release the
> scripts in the state they are now, because they're just about to being
> restructured. But if you have comments or special wishes which we can easily
> adopt, this is probably the right time for it.
> Maybe this discussion is off topic here. If you think so, we can continue on
> the mauve mailinglists (I just subscribed).
Yes. I have added mauve-discuss to the CC and set the reply-to