On 11/5/07, Pierre-Arnaud Marcelot <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Hi Felix and everyone,
I can't wait to test this new Maven build... :)
As Stefan said, we have a continuous integration build system running on Chris Custine's server. The address is : http://builds.organicelement.com , but it seems to be down today...
As far as I remember the server is running TeamCity and uses the 'release' ant task from Studio's build system to generate archives (.zip and .tar.gz files) for each OS/Platform.
Pierre-Arnaud (aka PAM...)On Nov 5, 2007 11:57 AM, Felix Knecht < email@example.com> wrote:>>It's not a fix name, but just the name of the committer who did the latest commit:
> 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="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org ">Apache Directory
>> * @version $Id: AbstractStudioMojo.java 350 2007-10-28 12:01:17Z felix $
> We are not using names into header. Here are our coding standards :
In most java classes I can find the svn:keywords [date and/or revision] already now. But they are not used consequently
the same way and also not always set as svn:keywords to the file when used within the file.I'll try to add this to the maven studio build.
>> 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 !I think there are already running some continuum instances within apache. Maybe the infrastructure team has more
>> c) Do any ideas about automated continuous integration exists, e.g.
> 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 :)
knowledge about such running instances and if the directory project can hang on onto an already existing instance.Thanks. I already did but haven't noticed the alphabetic ordering and added me at the bottom. So this is fixed now.
> I have added you in
> http://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/directory/The+team>I only have my companys website if this would also be ok?
> Fell free to add a picture (small one :), your web site, blog, to this
> page !
> Thanks !