[PD] Continuous Integration for Externals
lucarda27 at hotmail.com
Tue Nov 29 23:51:21 CET 2016
>and to be honest, I have no idea how to test the Windows builds on a Linux machine.
Well probably https://www.virtualbox.org/ will do. Normally not to test audio latency but surely to test the rest.
You can host a win7 virtual machine (don`t set up an xp, is pretty old). I'm on Win8.1 and use 3 VM, Ubuntu, OSX and Win10.
Hope it helps.
Mensaje telepatico asistido por maquinas.
From: Pd-list <pd-list-bounces at lists.iem.at> on behalf of Thomas Mayer <thomas at residuum.org>
Sent: Tuesday, November 29, 2016 9:50 PM
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Subject: Re: [PD] Continuous Integration for Externals
On 29.11.2016 09:58, IOhannes m zmoelnig wrote:
> On 2016-11-29 02:54, Thomas Mayer wrote:
>> Should I use gcc or clang for compilation on OS X? Or both?
> i'd use $(CC).
> i see little merit in using a compiler that is actively being
> phased out in the ecosystem (that is: why would you want to use gcc
> on OSX these days?)
> however, some of my CI-builds use clang AND gcc on linux, mainly
> to check for as many build problems as possible (which is my main
> motivation for using CI - as opposed to produce distributable
Capturing build problems is also one of my motivations, but getting
distributable artifacts is another one.
I would like to add real unit tests to the setup, but currently my
python scripts for starting pd are not working consistently, and to be
honest, I have no idea how to test the Windows builds on a Linux machine.
"In an era when everything can be surveiled, all we have left is
(Major Napier in: Neal Stephenson: The Diamond Age)
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