On 06/30/2013 02:54 PM, Fabien COELHO wrote:
Note about the POC patch limitations/questions: - is deriving a schedule with a piece of shell okay? or should perl/python/whatever scripting be better?
I would think all we need are the results, i.e. the schedule files, plus some Makefile entries for them.
- the big_schedule is assumed "sequential", i.e. one test per line. maybe it could/should be parallel? - I'm not sure of the "parallel_schedule" and "big_schedule" file names are the best possible choices. - I'm really not sure about VPATH stuff.
This should be totally transparent to VPATH builds.
- I do not understand why the makefile specifies $(srcdir) before local files in some places.
For VPATH builds :-)
- should the "bigcheck" target be accessible from the project root? that is should "make bigcheck" from ../../.. work?
Yes, possibly, but it's not terribly important (for example, the buildfarm does "cd src/test/regress && make <testname>")
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