Jim Fulton wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 25, 2009 at 12:21 PM, Martijn Faassen<faas...@startifact.com>
>> That sounds reasonable, as long as it is documented. I got confused at
>> first about the term 'test branch', but you just mean a non-maintenance
>> branch of a package to do some development on. The special thing is here
>> that we'd wait for the buildbot to do the testing on different platforms.
> No, I meant a dedicated staging branch. Basically, work would be done
> on a development branch, them merged to a stage branch and after all
> tests pass, merged to trunk.
Understood (also from the context elsewhere).
>> I wonder whether we couldn't use snakebite.org infrastructure for the
>> testing. I'd be good if someone could manually trigger a cross-platform
>> cross-interpreter test instead of having to wait for buildbots.
> Is snakebite real? That page has said "coming soon" for a long time.
Good question. I thought it was going for selected python projects, but
checking their mailing list indicates they're having teething problems.
So it doesn't appear to be ready yet, though there's still people
working on it.
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