[Pharo-project] [Hudson] Cog Unix build
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Sat Feb 12 23:19:21 CET 2011
On 12 February 2011 18:38, Marcus Denker <marcus.denker at inria.fr> wrote:
> Hudson news
> Cog Unix
> This is using Igor's non-interactive build. Hudson does the following:
> git clone git://gitorious.org/~abrabapupa/cogvm/sig-cog.git
> cd sig-cog/codegen-scripts
> sh ./buildImage.sh -nodisplay
> sh ./generate.sh -nodisplay ./CogUnix.st
i changed the generate.sh to take the configuration class name.
So now we should have multiple (sub)projects for building VM for each
of the following configurations:
sh ./generate.sh -headless CogUnixConfig
sh ./generate.sh -headless StackInterpreterUnixConfig
sh ./generate.sh -headless StackInterpreterDebugUnixConfig
sh ./generate.sh -headless CogDebugUnixConfig
> cd sig-cog/build
> cmake .
> zip -r Cog.zip results/*
> - do not do a clone but update the checked out source when they are already there
> - the generated VM crashes shortly after image startup
> But nevertheless, another tiny step.
Yes. i found the issue. Now it runs!!! :)
And i were able to run all tests in pharo 1.3 core image on StackVM:
7864 run, 7787 passes, 51 expected failures, 8 failures, 17 errors, 1
no more crashes! :)
> What is nice is that this allows to trigger a build (and test) automatically when either
> a new monticello or git commit happens, leading to a much faster turnaround when
> doing changes to the VM.
Ideally, build should be triggered only when we commit something to git :)
I should fix the codegen-scripts/LoadVMMaker.st to always use exact
package version(s) for building image,
not the latest one.
So, then by checking-out some historical commit, one should be able to
reproduce the same VM as we had,
when committing it.
And for testing if VMMaker could be loaded into latest development
image, we can set up a separate project or use different scripts.
> And of course the other important reason is that this allows people to set up their
> own auto-build from a git clone when doing VM experiments, very useful in a
> research and university setting.
> Marcus Denker -- http://www.marcusdenker.de
> INRIA Lille -- Nord Europe. Team RMoD.
Igor Stasenko AKA sig.
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