On Mon, Mar 06, 2006 at 11:26:57AM -0500, Chris Sutcliffe wrote:
>> The runtime and w32api make files have a snapshot target that could be
>> used for daily builds. The trick would be automating the upload to SF
>> FRS and then keeping up with the SF changes when their change breaks
>> our automation. Perhaps Cygwin would be willing to host the daily
>> snapshot builds.
>It would be cool if we could use the SF compile farm to provide the
>nightly builds. Unfortunately the last time I checked, they only
>offered Linux hosts, and I don't believe there is a cross-compiler
>setup for hosting MinGW builds.
This would also be a possibility for sourceware.org. A couple of projects
have nightly "build a snapshot" activities. As long as the build isn't
*too* resource intensive, I don't see this as a problem.