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Re: Anybondy interested in libVirt build daemon status mails? (was: Re: [libvirt] [PATCH] [v2] Support kvm-img or qemu-img dynamically)



On Fri, Jun 12, 2009 at 10:53:01PM +0200, Maximilian Wilhelm wrote:
> Anno domini 2009 Matthias Bolte scripsit:
[...]
> > additional & triggers a warning (breaks compilation with
> > --enable-compile-warnings=error) and removing it doesn't change the
> > behavior.
> 
> As we found this subtle "bug"(?) - at least it's questionable why the
> '&' was added, which does not change the semantics for the stack var -
> by the mails our libVirt build daemon sends to the two of us, I wanted
> to raise the question, if this service might be of public interest?
> 
> It would be no problem for to forward the mails (max. one per hour,
> IFF a new commit could be pulled from the public GIT repository) to
> any of the libVirt lists or maybe I'm even able to setup an own one.
> I would prefer the first option, though.
> 
> Anybody interested?

  Hum, not for the main list of course. Somehow I don't find
mail to be the best way to carry the informations, something like
a set of web pages for the runs in the last couple of days would
certainly be more convenient. One way could be to send the output
by email and aggregate it somewhere, or export the last result
on a web page and I could do the aggregation.

  But I know some people compile with -Werror on a regular basis
so in any case this kind of problems should be caught quickly, maybe
it's not worth developping a big setup...

Daniel

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