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From Emmanuel Venisse <emman...@venisse.net>
Subject Re: continuum scheduled "forced" build
Date Thu, 23 Feb 2006 15:48:57 GMT
It will be possible only in 1.1 but not in 1.0.3, sorry.

Emmanuel

Tomislav Stojcevich a écrit :
> Will there be a way to force the build even though there were no scm changes?
> 
> I have projects that generate code from database metadata.  If a
> database change occurs I would need the forced build (scheduled
> nightly) to still occur so that database changes are pick up and the
> system is rebuilt.  Currently, this is not possible without a manual
> forced build.
> 
> On 2/23/06, Emmanuel Venisse <emmanuel@venisse.net> wrote:
> 
>>nothing to do.
>>
>>In 1.0.2, we checked modifications in scm between the current execution and the previous
even if it
>>was two different build definition.
>>In 1.0.3, we check scm changes between two executions of the same build definition,
so if you set an
>>hourly build schedule and a nightly build schedule, for the nigthly, we check if you
have some
>>changes in last 24 hours.
>>
>>Emmanuel
>>
>>Matthew Vanbiervliet a écrit :
>>
>>>Ok thank you.
>>>And how will we be able to activate it ? Will it be a new option to check ?
>>>A new argument ?
>>>
>>>
>>>On 2/22/06, Emmanuel Venisse <emmanuel@venisse.net> wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>>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 :-)
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>On 2/22/06, Matthew Vanbiervliet <mvbv.devlists@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>>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
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>--
>>>>>Matthew Vanbiervliet
>>>>>Accelior Consulting
>>>>>http://www.accelior.com
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>--
>>>Matthew Vanbiervliet
>>>Accelior Consulting
>>>http://www.accelior.com
>>>
>>
>>
> 
> 
> --
> tom
> 
> 
> 


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