[Freeswitch-dev] Investigating build testing for FreeSWITCH
jmesquita at freeswitch.org
Thu Sep 1 08:21:51 MSD 2011
Sorry, kinda bad mood. I don't want to give the wrong impression here. I do
understand that opensource is about initiative and I am not by any means
refusing to work even tho the solution I work on might not be the one used.
What I do want tho is for us to evaluate how or why we want to use this
before going into the details of implementing it.
>From what I could see on the docs, this system provides a way for us to
extend it quite easily for those who know Python. It is cross platform and
pretty much runs on anything we have shell commands for. As far as I can
tell, that includes VS.
One other cool thing that I could see if that we can add unit tests to the
compiled software so that we can make more then just build but also test
common scenarios and report on those.
Anyway, my 2 cents and let me know if I should pursue this discussion.
On Thursday, September 1, 2011, João Mesquita wrote:
> Mc, I couldnt help myself and I spawned a vm on my mac to test it. CentOS
> 5.6 and could run the first run with just a few hiccups. Problably due to me
> being tired.
> I can look at the docs to make one build for linux of freeswitch but i
> really dont want to work for nothing.
> I see some other offerrings so my question is: Should I invest time on this
> or python juat sucks too much so we wont use it kinda deal?
> Let me know but know that i am willing to help !!
> > Michael, did you test it just on CentOS?
> 'cvml', 'jmesquita at freeswitch.org');>>
> >> I can promise to give it a serious try. I am out of the country this
> >> but I will try to get my hands dirty either way. I kinda know python
> >> of what bkw_ has to say about it. LOL
> >> Regards,
> >> JM
> >> On Wednesday, August 31, 2011, Michael Collins wrote:
> >>> Hey all,
> >>> On today's conference call someone pointed out that there is a utility
> >>> called BuildBot that helps to automate testing of new commits to git,
> >>> etc. You can find it at buildbot.net. The catch: it's written in
> >>> (blech)
> >>> I tried to build it on 3 different systems and I get 3 different
> >>> undecipherable Python-ish errors. (Stuff like syntax errors during the
> >>> or syntax errors in twstd while it's running, dependency mismatches for
> >>> python-virtualenv, etc.) If you have a system that can test this out,
> >>> you can stand to use Python this much (:D) then please try out the
> >>> outlined here:
> >>> http://buildbot.net/buildbot/docs/current/tutorial/firstrun.html
> >>> Supposedly this thing will let us run multiple tests on multiple boxes
> >>> aggregate the results. I'll believe it when I see it. :) If you get
> >>> working please let me know. Also, if you can set up a test platform
> >>> would also be helpful. Ideally we would have multiple Linuxes, OS X,
> >>> Windows, etc. and test on all these platforms. Let me know what you
> come up
> >>> with.
> >>> Thanks,
> >>> Michael
> >> --
> >> João Mesquita
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