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Re: [CFARM] Script for automatic checking of patches
On 7/3/07, Dave Korn <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Patches should probably only be added to this directory after manual
configure: `wget http://6.6.6/badstuff.tar.gz && tar -x... && gcc ... &&
Okay, so why do you still trust commits to gcc trunk? Do you check
all the patches that go in during a 'svn up' before doing a bootstrap
of the new tree?
I can make some assumptions on the users of the gcc compile farm. My
intent is to simplify the build and test of all svn-write maintainers
by simply allowing them to say "svn add mypatch && svn ci" in a test
directory. In this case, I can trust the patches to be tested, as I
trust gcc contributions.