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From Ahmed Omarjee <ahmed.omar...@standardbank.co.za>
Subject Re: Listeners for build events
Date Tue, 11 Jul 2006 15:56:10 GMT

- IMHO, the act of checking code out, building and then labelling is not part
of the typical developers build lifecycle (ie. on a single developers
machine, he handles this kind of thing manually if needs be, by updating his
codebase, labelling, and branching when required), this kind of automation
is needed particularly when doing continuous integration.

- The release plugin could do the job but when does it run, where is it
configured ?

- If I call the scm:tag command as part of a shell script integration in
continuum, surely its build cycle is independent of the original project and
hence may be inconsistent. Somehow the entire build cycle for a given
project should be a single unit of work, all the way from checkout, build,
test, and then potentially apply a label.

Ahmed




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