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From "Vincent Massol" <>
Subject RE: is gump stopped?
Date Thu, 09 Oct 2003 10:46:37 GMT
Hi Leo,

Thanks for the update. Do you know if any of these machines will copy
nightly build outputs to (for example, for Cactus)?

For Cactus there are some rules and the distributables should be copied
only if some subprojects succeeded in building... Could these rules be

Moreover, the Cactus web site is updated daily from the nightly build.

Who's in charge of covalent? Will covalent take over from Sam's machine?
As a gump committer, will I be able to access the shell scripts that
start the build so that I can tune it to do what Sam's Gump build was

Sorry for asking so many questions. It's just that I liked Gump a lot
and the Cactus project was relying a lot on it for several things...


> -----Original Message-----
> From: news [] On Behalf Of Leo Simons
> Sent: 09 October 2003 12:35
> To:
> Subject: Re: is gump stopped?
> Vincent Massol wrote:
> > I've not been following what's happening lately... I've just
> > that Gump has not been running since the 9th of September 2003:
> >
> >
> > Has it been decommissioned? Is there a replacement?
> the gump logs on that locations are the logs resulting from a build on
> machine in Sam Ruby's house. He's having problems with it ever since
> cvs installation moved to the new minotaur box. We're hoping for him
> find some time to fix it.
> In the meantime, there's other gumps running in various places,
> and experimental python-based versions at
> starting tomorrow, the covalent machine will start sending the gump
> e-mails.
> cheers!
> - Leo
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