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From Vincent Tence <vte...@videotron.ca>
Subject Re: [gump] done with it
Date Wed, 16 Mar 2005 20:29:02 GMT
+1

We need a friendly CI tool.

-- Vincent

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>>Hence, we should support Continuum, but should not withdraw from GUMP.
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> This has really been the plan all along. I will maintain the gump
> descriptors. However, Gump is not ever going to cut it as a continuous
> integration tool for individual projects, because AFAIK that's not its
> goals.
>
> As far as your previous points about how easy it is to work with gump -
> it's not a lot of fun, but its manageable. It's not something I think
> the whole team should have to put themselves through. I've made a Maven
> plugin that eases this.
>
> The problems using gump are really:
> - - mismatches between identifiers that need to be manually resolved.
> - - you must generate a descriptor, where it really could read the Maven
> one directly.
>
> The gump team know of this, and agree completely. I've given detailed
> instructions on how to implement both, but I'm not learning python and
> another large codebase to do so.
>
> So, as it stands - the best situation is to use them side by side, as
> you've said, and as far as I'm concerned that's what we'll do. Is
> everyone ok with this?
>
> - - Brett
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