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From Ionut S <sion...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: using blame
Date Fri, 18 May 2007 11:09:08 GMT
Nobody can comment on this one ?

Ionut S <sionut2@yahoo.com> wrote: Actually we already get something like that .. I
was wondering if there is some kind of module that parses the last error from continuum (the
one that made the build fail) then verifies who modified any of the classes obtained after
parsing. 

As a result, Continuum should send an email with a title like this: [BUILD FAILED] Committer:
John Doe

Is there such a module ?



Wendy Smoak  wrote: On 5/12/07, Ionut S  wrote:

> How can we use the blame mechanism ? We already have emails coming when the build fails,
but the only thing they say is the build failed, nothing more. I searched the continuum site
and I couldn't find anything clear, this is why I'm writing you here..

What version of Continuum are you using?

Here's an example of a build failure notice that shows the recent
changes in scm and dependencies:

http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/myfaces-commits/200705.mbox/%3c13897481.191178036653050.JavaMail.mrmaven@myfaces.zones.apache.org%3e

Is that what you're looking for?

-- 
Wendy


       
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