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From Arundhati Bhowmick <aru...@hyperreal.org>
Subject Re: Nighly builds
Date Thu, 10 Aug 2000 16:55:29 GMT
I'd back Mike for getting nightly builds for C++ too. It's true that we would
have different settings or batch files to execute C++ and Java but both builds
could be posted to Apache server through the same login id.

In this regard I'd propose having a login id on the Apache server (for xerces
builds) which could be write permit to xerces-c and xerces-j directories only
for C++ and Java respectively. There would be no need for cvs commit acces for
this login. So its a minima access id which can be given to the person willing
to take resposibilities for posting the nightly builds.

I'm requesting this as we already have most of the process set for xerces-c
nightly builds at our end but due to the lack of this id the posting cannot be
done by the automated process.


Sam Ruby wrote:

> Mike Pogue wrote:
> >
> > I'd like to see a solution that works for our C++ projects, too.
> > I don't think we want to require Java for those!
> While I would like to see that too, it is a matter of trying not to bite off
> more than one can chew.  I also believe that the classpath issues associated
> with Java are unique and need a special focus.
> At the moment, there is a demonstrable problem with the Java projects in
> that it seems rare that you can pick two Java projects and have them work
> together out of the box.  Typically, there is a mismatch in some dependency
> or another.  This problem is exacerbated by each project shipping their
> dependencies.
> P.S.  One of the most common complains it some method missing in
> org.w3c.node, and no class in the classpath (based solely on its name) is
> obviously associated with w3c...
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Arundhati Bhowmick
IBM -- XML Technology Group (Silicon Valley)

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