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From Emmanuel Lecharny <>
Subject Re: Buildsystem studio
Date Mon, 05 Nov 2007 09:42:20 GMT
Hi Felix,

Felix Knecht wrote:
> I've still no commit access to the sandbox directory. Never the less I started to adapt
the doc "Build Apache Directory
> Studio" and put it into the Apache Directory Sandbox [1] (I think that's the way do to).
Hmmm... Let me check that this afternoon...
> Still some questions I couldn't find (or haven't seen) an answer in the docs:
> a) Which svn:keywords are set and used? Looking at some files I can see different svn:keywords
set, but they not always
> seem to match with the references in the code.
There is no current list of used svn:keywords...
> If no rule exists yet I'd like to suggest the following:
> svn:keyword Id
> /**
>  * Foo bar
>  *
>  * @author <a href="">Apache Directory Project</a>
>  * @version $Id: 350 2007-10-28 12:01:17Z felix $
>  */
We are not using names into header. Here are our coding standards :

> b) I haven't found any documentation about project/modules/code which is done automatically
(e.g. maven reports, maven
> site, JavaDocs, ...).
> Is this all done either in the cwiki or packaged into a downloadable/buildable distribution?
We don't anymore generate the site from code, we use confluence for that.

We should generate Javadocs though, but I'm not a maven guru enough to 
guarantee that the current maven configuration allows that. And I would 
add that I would be very pleased if you can tell me ;)

Generating maven reports would be a very valuable addition, too !
> c) Do any ideas about automated continuous integration exists, e.g. continuum?
We tried continuum once upon a time, we also tried bamboo, and we 
currently have some another continuous integration server running, but 
we would like to speed up the tests a lot before fully activating the 
continuous build again. FYI, building the server 'cost' 20 minutes on my 
laptop, and around 10 minutes on a fast server. We also have had by 
spamming experience with continuous integration (a mail every 3 minutes 
sent to the full dev list - 200 peeps - 2 days long ...), so we are not 
really keen to play this game again, unless someone who *knows* how to 
correctly setup such an environment handle it (ie, not me, obviously :)
> Regards
> Felix
> [1]
Thanks a lot for those insights, felix. There are really interesting.

I have added you in

Fell free to add a picture (small one :), your web site, blog, to this 
page !

Thanks !

cordialement, regards,
Emmanuel L├ęcharny

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