The Hermit Hacker wrote:

On Thu, 26 Jun 2003, Thomas Swan wrote:

Of course, these are just ideas and I'm not sure how practical it is to
do any of them. I just am really concerned about the uninstall/clean up
phase and how that can be done in an orderly fashion. Unless the
process can start from a clean state again, then it won't be valid. At
one point I had even given thought, vainly, to purchasing VMWare for
such an occasion. Suggestions?

Personally ... if you could build up the test script, I think there are enough ppl with more platforms on these lists that would be willing ot run it ... the problem isn't getting the "farm" together, its coming up with the automated (or even semi-automated) tests :(

I'll see what I can do... my shell script skills are pretty good, but I'm not sure how to handle the noting changes in the gcc output. My best guess is to just do it a couple of times and force something to change (make an intentional mistake) and see if it can catch it, or at least what changes.

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