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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
Thu, 15 Feb 2007 08:35:38 +0000
FYI, you can run ltib in 'headless' batch mode from the get-go if you
like, after: cvs co ltib
$./ltib --batch --preconfig config/platform/<target>/defconfig
There are all sorts of combinations that will work too (with --profile
On Wed, 2007-02-14 at 17:49 -0500, Ken Gilmer wrote:
> 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:
> > Hi Ken,
> > 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.
> > Regards, Stuart
> > On Tue, 2007-02-13 at 12:12 -0500, Ken Gilmer wrote:
> >> Hello ~
> >> 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?
> >> thanks
> >> ken
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