I did setup something similar to nightly builds on the opensuse build service 
(https://build.opensuse.org/project/monitor?project=home%3Asyntron%3Afreeciv). 
Besides all releases since 2.2.0 the branches S2_2 (2.2svn), S_3 (2.3.svn), 
trunk (2.4svn) and trunk with additional patches (2.3.99plus) are available. A 
nightly  rebuild for the *svn packages is triggered alternatively between 2.3 
and 2.4 while 2.2 is triggered only on sunday. At the moment, all packages 
contain only the server and the gtk2 client.

2.3svn and 2.3.99(plus) are failing for opensuse 11.4 32 bit builds due to bug 
#18527 (http://gna.org/bugs/?18527).

If there is someone who knows how to create/define rpm spec files, the rpm 
could be split into different packages (server, common, gtk2/gtk3/..., devel!) 
and be build also for different distributions.


Am Freitag, 29. Juli 2011, 10:39:18 schrieb Marko Lindqvist:
> I've been developing and maintaining freeciv building stuff mainly for
> my own use, but some stuff is now really mature and really should be
> used for greater good. Setting up different kind of nightly builds
> (probably nobody is interestedf about binaries from linux build, but
> we *are* interested about any compilation failures, binaries for
> Windows would probably have some users) should be easy task using my
> programs and scripts and quite a big benefit for freeciv project, but
> I simply don't have kind of public server to put this stuff on.
> So if anybody has public server (preferably debian/ubuntu) with some
> spare capacity to offer for "freeciv continuous integration stuff", it
> would be just great.
>  Meanwhile nightly build run just on my own computer and only I have
> access to results (I can try to setup it so that email about
> compilation failures are sent to freeciv-dev)
> 
> 
>  - ML
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