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From Emmanuel Venisse <emman...@venisse.net>
Subject Re: continuum scheduled "forced" build
Date Wed, 22 Feb 2006 09:26:39 GMT
I fixed this problem in svn but i need to do some more tests before the release of Continuum
1.0.3

Emmanuel

Matthew Vanbiervliet a écrit :
> I've just seen that there was an open issue about this...
> Anyway, your suggestions are welcome :-)
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> On 2/22/06, Matthew Vanbiervliet <mvbv.devlists@gmail.com> wrote:
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>>Hi,
>>
>>Is there a way to force Continuum to build a project even if there are no
>>changes in the source repository ?
>>What I try to achieve is to have Continuum build a snapshot using a
>>different profile every night, even if there were no changes. I have two
>>schedules attached to the project :
>>
>>- The default one which runs every hour
>>- A second one that runs at 1 AM every night.
>>
>>Now the problem is that, when I commit changes, let's say at 7:35 PM, the
>>scheduled build at 8 pm will detect these changes and perform a build.
>>At 1 AM, a cvs update is run, but no changes are detected since there
>>weren't any new commits since 7:35 PM...
>>
>>I'd like to have this specific build, build a snapshot and deploy it on
>>our private repository, so that we always have a latest snapshot deployed
>>every day (and an up to date doc).
>>To be able to achieve this, the second schedule should start a "forced"
>>build...(using a argument ? )
>>
>>A workaround would be to have the project twice in continuum, one copy
>>with the default schedule and one copy with the second schedule, but i'd
>>prefere to avoid this overhead...It still has an advantage though : if no
>>changes were made at all one day, then there wouldn't be an unnecessary
>>deployment the next night.
>>
>>Do you see how I can do that ? Or any better suggestion ?
>>
>>
>>Thanks for your help
>>
>>--
>>Matthew Vanbiervliet
>>Accelior Consulting
>>http://www.accelior.com
>>
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> Matthew Vanbiervliet
> Accelior Consulting
> http://www.accelior.com
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