[PD] 64-bit build (was Re: [PD-announce] Pd-extended 0.42.5 release candidate 1 released!)

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at at.or.at
Wed Jun 9 20:41:23 CEST 2010

On Jun 9, 2010, at 2:33 PM, András Murányi wrote:

> 2010/6/9 Martin Eckart <imartron at gmail.com>
> I'm running the auto-builder now on my server and will let you know  
> how
> that goes.  Just wanted to make a note that rsync created a directory
> called ~/auto-build/pd- instead of pd-extended because your email
> introduced a linebreak when I cut/pasted (and I didn't notice).
> So far so good.  Assuming I get the auto-build to work on a daily?
> basis, where's the best place for me to put the most recent package?
> Just on my own server (imartron.com)?
> -martin
> Hi Martin,
> i'm just composing a wiki page on this topic, shall be online by  
> tomorrow under this one: http://puredata.info/docs/developer/AutoBuildProcess
> If your box is Lucid/64 note that i'm just upgrading mine to the  
> same, so from tomorrow, Lucid/64 builds will be online (and no more  
> Jaunty builds). Actually this is something I wanted to ask HC for  
> the Wiki page; does it have an advantage to have more than one  
> autobuild machine working on the same platform? (Is it handled at  
> all, and in a way where redundancy serves continuity?)

We don't need more than one build per platform posted.  Since Andras  
has been running his machine as a build server for a while, that's the  
one I'd prefer.  Its all setup.

Otherwise, if people make builds, they should start by posting them  
anywhere online.  If it becomes a regular thing, then we can talk  
about how to make the uploads automatic.




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