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Re: Preventing "Dirty" Checkins

From: Maarten de Boer
Subject: Re: Preventing "Dirty" Checkins
Date: Wed, 29 Sep 2004 12:49:41 +0200

> What you *could* do is trigger the build from loginfo (post-commit)
> and update a moving tag if the build is successful.  That way
> your trunk can contain garbage, but the last successfully built
> commit will have an unambiguous marker on it.  Your users can
> choose the unstable tip,
>     cvs checkout foo
> or the last known good version,
>     cvs checkout -rLAST_GOOD foo

But why would you to that from the loginfo? Wouldn't it be easier to
have that tag moved by a virtual user, the dedicated test build machine,
which is building and testing in a loop, everytime the compilation is


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