[Cdash] [Dart] Dart2 or CDash
mathieu.malaterre at gmail.com
Wed Jun 18 06:25:39 UTC 2008
Dart / Dart 2 are pretty much deprecated. You should start directly with CDash.
CDash wiki is well hidden on kitware's wiki at:
Installation is a no brainer ! then all you have to do is create your
project from the cdash interface, somwhere at the end you will be able
to dwonload a ctest script that you should simply drop in your project
(don't forget to ENABLE_TESTING and INCLUDE(CTest) in cmake)... you
should be all done !
Once you have the ctest stuff activated in cmake, simply type 'make
help' and you should see all the target possible for teting purpose
Ps: could someone please fix the link cdash.org/wiki to point to
http://public.kitware.com/Wiki/CDash and/or add a main cdash entry
On Wed, Jun 18, 2008 at 2:44 AM, Nicholas Yue <yue.nicholas at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am building an automated build system from the ground up and have
> come across Dart and CDash.
> I noticed that the Dart mailing list is very quiet, is it because
> people are moving on to CDash.
> I need to build a proof of concept to illustrate to the other
> developers about Dart/CDash
> We have a couple of independent SVN projects (C/C++) which I'd like
> to be build automatically every night (minimal requirement) and
> continuously in the near future.
> I am familiar with CMake and have already convinced them to migrate
> to CMake for their cross platform build.
> I have difficulty wrapping my head around the concept of the
> submission because I thought it is the server which would fire off a
> build request to the client.
> Is there a really simple step-by-step guide to build such a proof-of-concept?
> Nicholas Yue BSc (Hons) MACM
> Graphics - RenderMan, RIB, Visualization, OpenGL, netCDF
> Custom Dev - C++ porting, OSX, Linux, Windows
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