[vtk-developers] cvs suggestion
bill.lorensen at gmail.com
Thu Dec 24 12:10:29 EST 2009
This is part of your learning experience. Now you know. Actually, you
should have been checking the continuous dashboard:
You would have noticed ai 16:10 that your changes introduced new warnings:
There is a cdash mechanism to send you e-mail if you have committed
something and there are warnings/errors/failing tests. Unfortunately,
since vtk seems to always have some failures, you will get bombarded
with e-mails. You can sign up on the vtk cdash page. Your mentor can
walk you through it if you can't figure it out.
On Thu, Dec 24, 2009 at 11:47 AM, David Doria <daviddoria+vtk at gmail.com> wrote:
> Is there a way for the CVS server to give feedback about the time of
> the commit? For example, last night (after 8pm EST, the close for the
> day) I committed a fix to a warning I had produced during the day. It
> would have been nice to see:
> "The dashboard is closed for the day (it closes at 8pm EST). Your
> changes will not take effect until tomorrow night's dashboard."
> This would be helpful for people who don't know the schedule, as well
> as serve as a nice reminder for people who do.
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