SVN instead of CVS ?
loic at dmailer.com
Thu Jul 24 11:01:08 EDT 2008
Joe Marcus Clarke wrote :
>>> Loïc Leteurtre wrote:
>>> I was wondering if it is possible to use a SVN update instead of a CVS one ? Is there a module for that ?
> The updates are currently done with cvsup/csup, but you could always specify a custom update command if your tree uses svn.
>>> Thanks a lot.
>>> P.S.: If someone knows where I can find some docs in order to setup a tinderbox client under Windows, Mac and Linux, I am also fully interested.
> Tinderbox needs FreeBSD. I'm not sure anyone has done any work on getting ports to be compiled on other platforms.
Thanks for the SVN precision.
Actually, I'm trying to make Tinderbox compile sources on different OS, as Mozilla seems to do (aren't they compiling battery under Linux, Mac and Windows using Tinderbox ?).
I think I didn't understand well how to do this, that's why I was searching for further information about it. I have to set up a Tinderbox system for my office work in order to compile our software (under different OS) and run some test batteries. But I'm blocked at the step 11 of the Tinderbox install under FreeBSD (ref.: the README file available here http://tinderbox.marcuscom.com/README.html), wondering what I should do in order to make it work properly.
I'm sorry to bother you with all this, and once again thanks for your help with everything :')
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