On Thu, Aug 8, 2013 at 7:02 AM, David Ashley <w.david.ashley@gmail.com> wrote:
All -

I finally am going to have time to create a Windows 7 virtual machine on
the Build Machine to do nightly builds of 32 and 64 bit ooRexx for
Windows. There have been a number of factors which have prevented me
from doing this in the past but I have now overcome all those
impediments. Sometime during the week of Aug 26 you should see the first
Windows builds become available on a daily basis.

Excellent David.
 

But I do have one question. How important is it that the downloadable
file contain the latest docs? This question only applies to the daily
builds and not any production releases. What I propose is to create some
dummy pdf files to include in the file. That way it makes the build
easier to maintain and also keeps the files to a reasonable size.

I think that's exactly what you should do.  What I usually do is something like:

touch rexxpgm.pdf
toudh rexxref.pdf
...

which just creates 0 length files of course.

The docs are built daily, it is easy enough to download them separately.

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Mark Miesfeld