Karol Molnár molnarkarol at gmail.com
Wed Jul 28 06:31:28 UTC 2021

Thank you for your answer.

I am glad that you kept the simple solution because until discovering now as you say deprecated “build management” the cdash/ctest was well separated thing.

I have a bitbucket repo so there are pipelines but if a simple cron job can do the work it would be better. I have now a ctest script that updates the repo, build and test what i want is to somehow keep running this so every commit is built and tested. I tried to run the same script while it was already running but it doesn’t bothered and started the same thing so i want to prevent this. So i am looking for something that continuously build new commits.

Thank you for your answers.

On 27 Jul 2021, 20:32 +0200, Zack Galbreath <zack.galbreath at kitware.com>, wrote:
> Thanks for reaching out!
> We removed this feature prior to the release of CDash v3.0 because it was seldom used and had a relatively high maintenance burden. We wanted to keep the focus of CDash on being a dashboard for displaying build/test results. Having it behave as a central build scheduler felt like feature creep.
> We've had good success with the following tools for running automated builds:
> • GitLab CI
> • GitHub Actions
> • CircleCI
> • Jenkins
> • cron jobs
> Please feel free to ask if you have any questions on how to use one of these build runners with CTest/CDash.
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