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From Alexei Fedotov <>
Subject Re: downloading the backups for JUnit in some directory that is not "cleaned" by every build
Date Sat, 30 Mar 2013 03:53:01 GMT
In my previous Apache project there was a special Ant task wget which had
md5 argument. Download happened only in case of md5 mismatch.

If someone updated the file to download, he respectively updated the hash
in the corresponding wget task, and this task update initiated the update.

The bottom line: I support Sebastian: the less  downloads, the better.
30.03.2013 7:46 пользователь "" <>

> Hi,
> our builds on Jenkins do take a lot longer then before because those backup
> zips are downloaded with every build freshly.
> The build took 4-8 minutes beforehand, now its 25 minutes :)
> And I think a reasonable amount of the time the build will re-download the
> ZIPs.
> Can't we simply put those backups in some directory that is not cleaned
> with every build?
> For example:
> $OPENMEETINGS_ROOT/test/backups
> The folder $OPENMEETINGS_ROOT/test/backups might be added to ".svnignore"
> so that it won't get accidently commited when you build locally.
> What do you think?
> Sebastian
> --
> Sebastian Wagner

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