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From "Dan Tran" <>
Subject Re: A new Continuum feature?
Date Thu, 22 Feb 2007 00:04:18 GMT
Profile it!!! for example you can create 2 continuum projects using the same
but profile with different gcc version.


On 2/21/07, Brill Pappin <> wrote:
> We've discovered that we really need to be able to specify the environment
> we build each module under.
> For instance we are building different versions of both native code and
> java
> code.
> In the java instance, we're building JDBC drivers from 1.3 to 1.5 and the
> interfaces are quite different. We can add the new interface stuff, and
> compile with 1.3 compatibility but we'd prefer not to have empty interface
> methods. So, what we need to do is be able to set up environments for each
> build (we can do it with a script right now, but it's far from ideal).
> Native case has the same problem, we need to build with different versions
> of gcc etc.
> So far we've had to set up multiple CI servers to really handle everything
> but it would be nice not to have to do that.
> What do people think? Is this something that's worth putting into JIRA as
> a
> feature?
> - Brill Pappin

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