|Subject:||Re: Macro for(UP_and_DOWN) and 3 similar. (issue 2491) (issue 6109046)|
|Date:||Wed, 25 Apr 2012 17:47:56 +0200|
Łukasz Czerwiński <address@hidden> writes:I won't any more. It is high time somebody else pitches in. Neither my
> I have never ever get an email from Google Code. I have just checked
> that triple. That's the reason for ignoring your comments. I'm sorry
> that my new patch made you run your tests twice to give me the same
> list of errors...
> Do you run tests for each patch uploaded to Rietveld?
computing power nor my personality make me suitable for that job.
> Ok, thank you. But compiling and running regtests took approx. 2.5Half of that is setting the baseline. It should be somewhat less: I
> hours. It's very long...
think it took about 2 hours on my previous laptop (10 years old). When
it broke down, another senior developer sent me the money for a model
that is 5 years old (Intel Core 2 Duo at 1.8GHz). A full comparison
including baseline is now something short of 40 minutes (if there are
several patches in the queue, only a single baseline gets made). Pretty
much every other developer has more powerful hardware available: some
even has been explicitly bought for LilyPond work, and the fully
automated tests for pushing to master, quite more expensive than the
patch testing, are run on such a system.
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