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From Alexey Solofnenko <A.Solofne...@mdl.com>
Subject Re: best practices - building on multiple os's
Date Mon, 23 Jul 2007 21:40:27 GMT
<parallel> should work. Something else is wrong.

- Alexey.

Loehr, Ruel wrote:
> Hoping some others might have some insight, I've googled around for 2
> days but haven't yet found an answer that seems right.
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> I have a project which is c++ based and have created an ant wrapper
> around it to checkout, build, build an installer, and publish the
> project.  This part works pretty well. 
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> The only problem is that it takes 4 hours to build.   2 hours on
> solaris, and 2 hours on windows.
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> The ant build structure is sort of like this:
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> 1)       call sshexec and run solaris build
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> 2)       then proceed on to building windows.
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> I'd like to get the solaris and windows portion of the builds to run in
> parallel but have not yet found a good way to do it.   The sshexec task
> blocks until the solaris portion is done.
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> I've tried wrapping it in a daemon and parallel tag, but it didn't seem
> to function.
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> Any suggestions on how I might go about achieving this?
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> Thanks!
> Ruel
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> Ruel Loehr
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> Configuration Management
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> Pointserve, Inc.
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> 110 Wild Basin Road
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> Suite 300
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> Austin, Texas 78746
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> O: 512.617.5314
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> F: 512.617.0466
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Alexey N. Solofnenko <http://trelony.cjb.net/>
Pleasant Hill, CA (GMT-8 usually)

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