[Bioc-devel] Build/check report news
Kasper Daniel Hansen
khansen at stat.Berkeley.EDU
Wed Apr 26 05:57:16 CEST 2006
A few comments:
In my opinion one of the greatest assets of the BioC build/check
routine is the ability to get your code tested on various platforms,
and that is most important for non-R code (typically C but it may
include other languages).
I would like to see
* Other automatic build platforms like Solaris, Windows and MacOS
X. Perhaps a 32bit Linux as well? (I am sure that this will be the
case in due time, just wanted to mention it :)
* More details on the build platform especially compiler versions.
Eg. I have no idea about the difference between SuSE 9.2 and 10.0
* A build timestamp.
* The ability to see the contents of the 00INSTALL file which
contains compiler warnings/errors. I would like to see this _even if
the package build successfully_ as there can be some differences in
the warnings the different compilers/platforms yields. This is
something that the old pages lacked as well. At first I looked at the
aCGH package and did indeed see appropriate g++ output, but then I
check the affxparser package and saw none. A bit strange... - indeed
I do not even see the building of help pages? (hmm this difference
also exists on the BioC 1.8 page - why?)
* perhaps it should be considered to use the -Wall flag for gcc
* If the building process takes too much time, perhaps one only
needs to check code in /src on the various platforms - eg. skip the
generation of help pages?
Otherwise it looks good. Thanks for the work.
On Apr 23, 2006, at 4:57 PM, hpages at fhcrc.org wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> We have a new build/check report for BioC 1.9 here:
> Note that these results are for the Bioconductor packages located
> in the current trunk. A new line on the report page indicates this:
> - SVN URL: https://hedgehog.fhcrc.org/bioconductor/trunk/madman
> Also note that for now these new builds:
> - are only performed once a day
> - are only performed on the 2 following platforms:
> 64-bit Linux (SUSE 9.2)
> 64-bit Linux (SUSE 10.0)
> - use R-2.3.0 RC (this will change ASAP for R-2.4.0).
> Setting up the builds for BioC 1.9 was also a good opportunity
> to reorganize things a little bit in order to have simpler URLs:
> - Build/check report for BioC 1.8 are now at:
> instead of http://bioconductor.org/checkResults/1.8/html/
> (note that these builds are still performed twice a day)
> - The page dispatching to the build/check reports for BioC 1.7, 1.8
> and 1.9 is now at:
> instead of
> Happy Greek Easter!
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