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From Stefano Mazzocchi <stef...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Gump3 does "last successful build"
Date Mon, 14 Nov 2005 14:54:50 GMT
Leo Simons wrote:
> Hi gang,
> 
> okay so I got the last two "must have" (IMHO) low-level features implemented over
> the weekend. Gump3 now saves "the last successful build" (and nothing else), and it
> now seperates the checkouts from the builds.
> 
> The "last build" functionality works quite differently from gump2 -- rather than
> saving only declared outputs (eg, jars), we save absolutely everything. This makes
> it feasible to do the same for non-java builds.
> 
> After studying the rsync sourcecode, the rsync.py source code, and the sync.py from
> gump2, I wrote a new piece of sync code that is supposedly considerably faster than
> anything we've used before. By using hardlinks combined with native rsync (if
> possible), its actually faster than just running native rsync "by hand". Using hard
> links also means using 2-3 times less disk space. Yay!
> 
> Now, I hope to find some time to get some form of web reporting out of all this. I'm
> still hoping that we can use dynagump or gump-presentation but if something doesn't
> change soon there I think I'll hack "something" up -- I want to be able to do a shiny
> demo at apachecon :-)

sweeeet :-)

-- 
Stefano.


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