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Re: [Ltib] Recommended cvs branch or label for automated integration tes
Re: [Ltib] Recommended cvs branch or label for automated integration testing
Wed, 14 Feb 2007 17:49:10 -0500
Ok great, I'll use that date. I was able to run LTIB headless
after running it once manually, configuring for my target system, and
then saving the [ltib root]/.config and the [ltib root]/config/
platform/[my target]/.config files. I run an Ant script that does
the ltib checkout, then copies my config, and then runs "perl ltib".
Seems to work well so far. Next is to incorporate my own packages
into the mix...
On Feb 14, 2007, at 3:43 AM, Stuart Hughes wrote:
There are tags for releases that are made into tarballs, they are
prefixed with rel-. Currently there's really only rel-6-2-2-sv
I intend to get another one out once I've finished working on some
changes to the compiler spoofing scheme.
The current HEAD of CVS is probably best, you can use -D20070210 as
there have not been any updates since then. This should be stable.
On Tue, 2007-02-13 at 12:12 -0500, Ken Gilmer wrote:
I'm incorporating LTIB into or automated integration testing
system. Looking at the CVS repository shows many labels and a few
branches. What label is recommended as a production-quality
snapshot? Does it change over time?
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