Yes, it does some of that, but I don't think it is safe to do a cvs
update in an automated fashion, as least on my machine.


The Hermit Hacker wrote:
> On Mon, 23 Jun 2003, Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> > Bruce Momjian writes:
> >
> > > Well, it is a nice test template for people who aren't shell script
> > > experts, and I have been in the habit of pushing stuff I use into /tools
> > > so it is available for others.
> >
> > I know and I'm not happy about it.  The PostgreSQL source tree isn't a
> > repository of everyone's favorite shell scripts.  There's an official
> > method to build and test a PostgreSQL installation.  If that is flawed or
> > incomplete, then let's talk about it.  But everyone pushing out their own
> > little test methodology without further consideration is not going to help
> > this discussion.
> 'K, its flawed and incomplete, let's talk about it :)
> What I was looking for here was something I could add to cron on a machine
> that would update the source, do a base configure (or give me the ability
> to give extra options, as the case may be), build, install and test, and
> report errors to me via email where applicable ...
> The idea is that it could be something that ppl could have run nightly, in
> the wee hours, and only when a problem occurs would they be informed so
> taht they coudl either fix teh error (ie. out of space), or report it to
> the list(s) ...
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