[kaffe] Re: Regression/build testing using Xenofarm
jim at kaffe.org
Fri Aug 1 15:42:01 PDT 2003
On Fri, 01 Aug 2003 16:59:06 +0200
Dalibor Topic <robilad at kaffe.org> wrote:
> > Developers would drop these .xml files into a designated directory
> > underneath their home directories on pogo.kaffe.org. Eventually, I'd
> > like to write up a way to set up web accounts and http uploading or
> > WebDAV on kaffe.org so that non-developers could also easily submit
> > reports.
> Can't you just add another layer of indirection so that non-developers
> could publish the results on their servers, and an ant task could
> collect them automatically?
That could be done too. :-)
> > Every few minutes, a cron job will run an ant task which reads all the
> > .xml files (maybe using XOM), and dumps them, or maybe just the
> > new/changes ones, into a SQL database (hsqldb?). The web output will be
> > a set of JSPs that just pulls data out of the SQL database. I thought of
> > using XSLT to do the processing, but that doesn't scale as nicely as
> > SQL.
> Argh, too many acronyms exception ;)
> hsqldb is nice, I've played with it a couple of months ago. It should
> run fine on kaffe. How about XOM, does that work with kaffe?
It seems to work fine, at least the simple portion of it that I'm using.
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