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From "Travis Vitek" <>
Subject RE: Issues with the build result pages
Date Thu, 05 Jun 2008 23:22:12 GMT

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Martin Sebor [] On Behalf Of Martin Sebor
>Sent: Thursday, June 05, 2008 3:53 PM
>Subject: Re: Issues with the build result pages
>Travis Vitek wrote:
>> There appears to be some kind of error with the x-platform 
>build result
>> pages for 4.3.x and trunk. On 4.2.x the page has only the 
>latest build
>> results as I'd expect. The 4.3.x and trunk pages look like the new
>> results are being placed at the bottom. If you look at the 
>actual html,
>> you'll see that the page actually contains multiple <html></html>
>> blocks, so I'm guessing that something that is supposed to delete or
>> overwrite the file is just appending. 
>Looks like the fix for this hasn't been merged yet:

Oh, I should have realized that this was the fix. I think that we are
still on for merging from 4.2.x to 4.3.x on a weekly basis, so this
change will be propigated soon.

>> Another issue is the windows build results on 4.2.x. Many of the
>> the columns
>> appear to contain data from the execution times instead of a string
>> representing the exit code of the process or the failed assertions.
>> [4.2.x]
>> [4.3.x]
>> [trunk]
>I saw it this morning but haven't had time to investigate what's
>causing it. I'm traveling the next two weeks and I'm not sure I'll
>get around to it until I get back. It's most likely a problem in
>the xcomp.awk script if you want to look into it. The way to test
>it is to download a few logs and running xbuildgen on them like
>(mkdir -p builds/logs && cd builds/logs && wget 
>&& PATH=~/stdcxx-4.2.x/bin:$PATH ~/stdcxx-4.2.x/bin/xbuildgen -s 
>-o../test.html *-log.gz.txt)
>This assumes you have a local copy of 4.2.x in stdcxx-4.2.x.

Awesome. I'll take a few minutes to look at this problem tomorrow.


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