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Cauê W.
Hey List!

As you may have seen in the other topic, it's now official:
We (Bernard Visscher and me) have a cross-platform haXe build system setup, so every new svn commit will automatically generate a new build. It's currently setup in two addresses, http://haxe.cmt.tc/  and http://builds.haxer.be .

Cheers!
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Re: Nightly Builds

Cauê W.
I've added a reference to them at
http://haxe.org/download?lang=en

Cheers!
Caue

2010/9/21 Cauê Waneck <[hidden email]>
Hey List!

As you may have seen in the other topic, it's now official:
We (Bernard Visscher and me) have a cross-platform haXe build system setup, so every new svn commit will automatically generate a new build. It's currently setup in two addresses, http://haxe.cmt.tc/  and http://builds.haxer.be .

Cheers!
Caue


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Re: Nightly Builds

Tarwin Stroh-Spijer
Thanks to you all! I'm sure you've saved a lot of people a lot of time and heart / head ache!

Two cheers!


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On Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 11:18 PM, Cauê Waneck <[hidden email]> wrote:
I've added a reference to them at
http://haxe.org/download?lang=en

Cheers!
Caue

2010/9/21 Cauê Waneck <[hidden email]>

Hey List!

As you may have seen in the other topic, it's now official:
We (Bernard Visscher and me) have a cross-platform haXe build system setup, so every new svn commit will automatically generate a new build. It's currently setup in two addresses, http://haxe.cmt.tc/  and http://builds.haxer.be .

Cheers!
Caue


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Re: Nightly Builds

Jonathan-17
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It would be cool to have a linux / windows / mac script to allow downloading & installing all theses cool nightly builds in few clics or few commands lines instruction, just like the current installer.

Thanks.
Jonathan.

2010/9/21 Cauê Waneck <[hidden email]>
I've added a reference to them at
http://haxe.org/download?lang=en

Cheers!
Caue

2010/9/21 Cauê Waneck <[hidden email]>

Hey List!

As you may have seen in the other topic, it's now official:
We (Bernard Visscher and me) have a cross-platform haXe build system setup, so every new svn commit will automatically generate a new build. It's currently setup in two addresses, http://haxe.cmt.tc/  and http://builds.haxer.be .

Cheers!
Caue


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Re: Nightly Builds

Nicolas Cannasse
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Le 21/09/2010 15:47, Cauê Waneck a écrit :
> Hey List!
>
> As you may have seen in the other topic, it's now official:
> We (Bernard Visscher and me) have a cross-platform haXe build system
> setup, so every new svn commit will automatically generate a new build.
> It's currently setup in two addresses, http://haxe.cmt.tc/  and
> http://builds.haxer.be .

Great ! I'm sure a lot of people will be happy about it !

Nicolas

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Re: Nightly Builds

Andy Li
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What about a haxelib that let you:

haxelib run nightly [some options]

and get a nightly build downloaded and installed?

On Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 10:52 PM, Jonathan Chapatiz <[hidden email]> wrote:
It would be cool to have a linux / windows / mac script to allow downloading & installing all theses cool nightly builds in few clics or few commands lines instruction, just like the current installer.

Thanks.
Jonathan.

2010/9/21 Cauê Waneck <[hidden email]>
I've added a reference to them at
http://haxe.org/download?lang=en

Cheers!
Caue

2010/9/21 Cauê Waneck <[hidden email]>

Hey List!

As you may have seen in the other topic, it's now official:
We (Bernard Visscher and me) have a cross-platform haXe build system setup, so every new svn commit will automatically generate a new build. It's currently setup in two addresses, http://haxe.cmt.tc/  and http://builds.haxer.be .

Cheers!
Caue


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Re: Nightly Builds

John A. De Goes
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Excellent work! Any chance of automating the installer? BitRock installers are cross-platform, configured with an XML file, can be run from the command-line to automatically produce installers for all platforms (for example, run builder from Linux command-line, but produce installers for Mac, Windows, and Linux), and are free for open source projects.

Regards,

John A. De Goes
Twitter: @jdegoes 
LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/jdegoes

On Sep 21, 2010, at 7:47 AM, Cauê Waneck wrote:

Hey List!

As you may have seen in the other topic, it's now official:
We (Bernard Visscher and me) have a cross-platform haXe build system setup, so every new svn commit will automatically generate a new build. It's currently setup in two addresses, http://haxe.cmt.tc/  and http://builds.haxer.be .

Cheers!
Caue
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Re: Nightly Builds

Cauê W.
Hey! I'm currently with not much free time to do this, but feel free to do it, I can guarantee to maintain those addresses up and building! : )
By the way, it feels to me that for hxcpp to work also, we will need to maintain a custom build for it as well. Is this necessary? I'm a  little lost on how this should be done (e.g. haxelib dev & building the libs)

Cheers
Cauê

2010/9/21 John A. De Goes <[hidden email]>

Excellent work! Any chance of automating the installer? BitRock installers are cross-platform, configured with an XML file, can be run from the command-line to automatically produce installers for all platforms (for example, run builder from Linux command-line, but produce installers for Mac, Windows, and Linux), and are free for open source projects.

Regards,

John A. De Goes
Twitter: @jdegoes 
LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/jdegoes

On Sep 21, 2010, at 7:47 AM, Cauê Waneck wrote:

Hey List!

As you may have seen in the other topic, it's now official:
We (Bernard Visscher and me) have a cross-platform haXe build system setup, so every new svn commit will automatically generate a new build. It's currently setup in two addresses, http://haxe.cmt.tc/  and http://builds.haxer.be .

Cheers!
Caue
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Re: Nightly Builds

Bernard Visscher
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Before I even think of creating an auto installer I first want to know if every build is working ok.
I just found out that I had an error in my uploadscript (got an error message for r3401), just because I was running the script in cron and not a user cli, so I was missing a few PATH vars.
If all works well I will start thinking of a installer, but if you know BitRock, maybe you could create the installer scripts :D

Bernard

On Sep 21, 2010, at 17:13 , John A. De Goes wrote:


Excellent work! Any chance of automating the installer? BitRock installers are cross-platform, configured with an XML file, can be run from the command-line to automatically produce installers for all platforms (for example, run builder from Linux command-line, but produce installers for Mac, Windows, and Linux), and are free for open source projects.

Regards,

John A. De Goes
Twitter: @jdegoes 
LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/jdegoes

On Sep 21, 2010, at 7:47 AM, Cauê Waneck wrote:

Hey List!

As you may have seen in the other topic, it's now official:
We (Bernard Visscher and me) have a cross-platform haXe build system setup, so every new svn commit will automatically generate a new build. It's currently setup in two addresses, http://haxe.cmt.tc/  and http://builds.haxer.be .

Cheers!
Caue
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John A. De Goes
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I'll be happy to produce BitRock installer XML files if someone knows the details of installation on every platform (what should be copied to where, what should be added to path, etc.). Note: You'll need a hefty server to host the installer builder, however.

Regards,

John A. De Goes
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LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/jdegoes

On Sep 21, 2010, at 9:59 AM, Cauê Waneck wrote:

Hey! I'm currently with not much free time to do this, but feel free to do it, I can guarantee to maintain those addresses up and building! : )
By the way, it feels to me that for hxcpp to work also, we will need to maintain a custom build for it as well. Is this necessary? I'm a  little lost on how this should be done (e.g. haxelib dev & building the libs)

Cheers
Cauê

2010/9/21 John A. De Goes <[hidden email]>

Excellent work! Any chance of automating the installer? BitRock installers are cross-platform, configured with an XML file, can be run from the command-line to automatically produce installers for all platforms (for example, run builder from Linux command-line, but produce installers for Mac, Windows, and Linux), and are free for open source projects.

Regards,

John A. De Goes
Twitter: @jdegoes 
LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/jdegoes

On Sep 21, 2010, at 7:47 AM, Cauê Waneck wrote:

Hey List!

As you may have seen in the other topic, it's now official:
We (Bernard Visscher and me) have a cross-platform haXe build system setup, so every new svn commit will automatically generate a new build. It's currently setup in two addresses, http://haxe.cmt.tc/  and http://builds.haxer.be .

Cheers!
Caue
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Re: Nightly Builds

Bernard Visscher
I can host the installer builds if needed, have a xeon quad running in a DC which has a load of 0.01 :P
The details.. I'm sure someone here can tell you them.
So if you can make the xml's I'm prepared to build the installers.

Bernard

On Sep 21, 2010, at 18:03 , John A. De Goes wrote:


I'll be happy to produce BitRock installer XML files if someone knows the details of installation on every platform (what should be copied to where, what should be added to path, etc.). Note: You'll need a hefty server to host the installer builder, however.

Regards,

John A. De Goes
Twitter: @jdegoes 
LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/jdegoes

On Sep 21, 2010, at 9:59 AM, Cauê Waneck wrote:

Hey! I'm currently with not much free time to do this, but feel free to do it, I can guarantee to maintain those addresses up and building! : )
By the way, it feels to me that for hxcpp to work also, we will need to maintain a custom build for it as well. Is this necessary? I'm a  little lost on how this should be done (e.g. haxelib dev & building the libs)

Cheers
Cauê

2010/9/21 John A. De Goes <[hidden email]>

Excellent work! Any chance of automating the installer? BitRock installers are cross-platform, configured with an XML file, can be run from the command-line to automatically produce installers for all platforms (for example, run builder from Linux command-line, but produce installers for Mac, Windows, and Linux), and are free for open source projects.

Regards,

John A. De Goes
Twitter: @jdegoes 
LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/jdegoes

On Sep 21, 2010, at 7:47 AM, Cauê Waneck wrote:

Hey List!

As you may have seen in the other topic, it's now official:
We (Bernard Visscher and me) have a cross-platform haXe build system setup, so every new svn commit will automatically generate a new build. It's currently setup in two addresses, http://haxe.cmt.tc/  and http://builds.haxer.be .

Cheers!
Caue
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Re: Nightly Builds

John A. De Goes

Sounds good. I'll await details of the installation process.

Regards,

John A. De Goes
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On Sep 21, 2010, at 10:08 AM, Bernard Visscher wrote:

I can host the installer builds if needed, have a xeon quad running in a DC which has a load of 0.01 :P
The details.. I'm sure someone here can tell you them.
So if you can make the xml's I'm prepared to build the installers.

Bernard

On Sep 21, 2010, at 18:03 , John A. De Goes wrote:


I'll be happy to produce BitRock installer XML files if someone knows the details of installation on every platform (what should be copied to where, what should be added to path, etc.). Note: You'll need a hefty server to host the installer builder, however.

Regards,

John A. De Goes
Twitter: @jdegoes 
LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/jdegoes

On Sep 21, 2010, at 9:59 AM, Cauê Waneck wrote:

Hey! I'm currently with not much free time to do this, but feel free to do it, I can guarantee to maintain those addresses up and building! : )
By the way, it feels to me that for hxcpp to work also, we will need to maintain a custom build for it as well. Is this necessary? I'm a  little lost on how this should be done (e.g. haxelib dev & building the libs)

Cheers
Cauê

2010/9/21 John A. De Goes <[hidden email]>

Excellent work! Any chance of automating the installer? BitRock installers are cross-platform, configured with an XML file, can be run from the command-line to automatically produce installers for all platforms (for example, run builder from Linux command-line, but produce installers for Mac, Windows, and Linux), and are free for open source projects.

Regards,

John A. De Goes
Twitter: @jdegoes 
LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/jdegoes

On Sep 21, 2010, at 7:47 AM, Cauê Waneck wrote:

Hey List!

As you may have seen in the other topic, it's now official:
We (Bernard Visscher and me) have a cross-platform haXe build system setup, so every new svn commit will automatically generate a new build. It's currently setup in two addresses, http://haxe.cmt.tc/  and http://builds.haxer.be .

Cheers!
Caue
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Re: Nightly Builds

interaction-designer
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Hi List,

> Great ! I'm sure a lot of people will be happy about it !
True Nicholas. I am very :) It will probably not only save time to get the bleeding edge, it also saves the some duplicate compile problem threads on this list (at least that's what I expect). Als the ease of use is also nice for newcomers!

Best,

PS Nicholas: I hope my mailer is now better configured. I had no idea there was something with it.




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Van: "Nicolas Cannasse" <[hidden email]>
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Verzonden: Dinsdag 21 september 2010 16:52:35 GMT +01:00 Amsterdam / Berlijn / Bern / Rome / Stockholm / Wenen
Onderwerp: Re: [haXe] Nightly Builds

Le 21/09/2010 15:47, Cauê Waneck a écrit :
> Hey List!
>
> As you may have seen in the other topic, it's now official:
> We (Bernard Visscher and me) have a cross-platform haXe build system
> setup, so every new svn commit will automatically generate a new build.
> It's currently setup in two addresses, http://haxe.cmt.tc/  and
> http://builds.haxer.be .



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Re: Nightly Builds

Franco Ponticelli
Great work guys!
Thank you a lot.

Franco

On Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 6:14 PM, <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi List,

> Great ! I'm sure a lot of people will be happy about it !
True Nicholas. I am very :) It will probably not only save time to get the bleeding edge, it also saves the some duplicate compile problem threads on this list (at least that's what I expect). Als the ease of use is also nice for newcomers!

Best,

PS Nicholas: I hope my mailer is now better configured. I had no idea there was something with it.




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Verzonden: Dinsdag 21 september 2010 16:52:35 GMT +01:00 Amsterdam / Berlijn / Bern / Rome / Stockholm / Wenen
Onderwerp: Re: [haXe] Nightly Builds

Le 21/09/2010 15:47, Cauê Waneck a écrit :
> Hey List!
>
> As you may have seen in the other topic, it's now official:
> We (Bernard Visscher and me) have a cross-platform haXe build system
> setup, so every new svn commit will automatically generate a new build.
> It's currently setup in two addresses, http://haxe.cmt.tc/  and
> http://builds.haxer.be .



Nicolas

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Re: Nightly Builds

Benjamin Dasnois
Hi,

This is really great! Just to be sure that everyone knows about it, Motion-Twin has provided a server for the community and I'm in charge of administering it, so if it can be of any help to you, just drop me a mail.

Regards, 

On Wed, Sep 22, 2010 at 10:35 AM, Franco Ponticelli <[hidden email]> wrote:
Great work guys!
Thank you a lot.

Franco


On Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 6:14 PM, <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi List,

> Great ! I'm sure a lot of people will be happy about it !
True Nicholas. I am very :) It will probably not only save time to get the bleeding edge, it also saves the some duplicate compile problem threads on this list (at least that's what I expect). Als the ease of use is also nice for newcomers!

Best,

PS Nicholas: I hope my mailer is now better configured. I had no idea there was something with it.




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Onderwerp: Re: [haXe] Nightly Builds

Le 21/09/2010 15:47, Cauê Waneck a écrit :
> Hey List!
>
> As you may have seen in the other topic, it's now official:
> We (Bernard Visscher and me) have a cross-platform haXe build system
> setup, so every new svn commit will automatically generate a new build.
> It's currently setup in two addresses, http://haxe.cmt.tc/  and
> http://builds.haxer.be .



Nicolas

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Re: Nightly Builds

Baluta Cristian
I tried for the first time a nightly build. I've downloaded the 10.6 osx and replaced manually the executable and the folder. Terminal says: -bash: /usr/bin/haxe: Bad CPU type in executable

Any ideas? The executable is also 2 times larger than the stable version. I have an early MacBook


On Thu, Oct 21, 2010 at 10:53 AM, Benjamin Dasnois <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

This is really great! Just to be sure that everyone knows about it, Motion-Twin has provided a server for the community and I'm in charge of administering it, so if it can be of any help to you, just drop me a mail.

Regards, 


On Wed, Sep 22, 2010 at 10:35 AM, Franco Ponticelli <[hidden email]> wrote:
Great work guys!
Thank you a lot.

Franco


On Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 6:14 PM, <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi List,

> Great ! I'm sure a lot of people will be happy about it !
True Nicholas. I am very :) It will probably not only save time to get the bleeding edge, it also saves the some duplicate compile problem threads on this list (at least that's what I expect). Als the ease of use is also nice for newcomers!

Best,

PS Nicholas: I hope my mailer is now better configured. I had no idea there was something with it.




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Onderwerp: Re: [haXe] Nightly Builds

Le 21/09/2010 15:47, Cauê Waneck a écrit :
> Hey List!
>
> As you may have seen in the other topic, it's now official:
> We (Bernard Visscher and me) have a cross-platform haXe build system
> setup, so every new svn commit will automatically generate a new build.
> It's currently setup in two addresses, http://haxe.cmt.tc/  and
> http://builds.haxer.be .



Nicolas

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Re: Nightly Builds

MarcWeber
Excerpts from Baluta Cristian's message of Wed Dec 15 20:07:49 +0100 2010:
> I tried for the first time a nightly build. I've downloaded the 10.6 osx and
> replaced manually the executable and the folder. Terminal says: -bash:
> /usr/bin/haxe: Bad CPU type in executable
>
> Any ideas? The executable is also 2 times larger than the stable version. I
> have an early MacBook

All I know that there are universal binaries for Mac.
Do you have kind of readelf or file command?
if so try
# file executable

It should tell you for which architecture the executable you got was compiled for.

Marc Weber

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Re: Nightly Builds

Baluta Cristian
They are both: Unix Executable File (Intel)

On Wed, Dec 15, 2010 at 9:22 PM, Marc Weber <[hidden email]> wrote:
Excerpts from Baluta Cristian's message of Wed Dec 15 20:07:49 +0100 2010:
> I tried for the first time a nightly build. I've downloaded the 10.6 osx and
> replaced manually the executable and the folder. Terminal says: -bash:
> /usr/bin/haxe: Bad CPU type in executable
>
> Any ideas? The executable is also 2 times larger than the stable version. I
> have an early MacBook

All I know that there are universal binaries for Mac.
Do you have kind of readelf or file command?
if so try
# file executable

It should tell you for which architecture the executable you got was compiled for.

Marc Weber

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Re: Nightly Builds

Cauê W.
Maybe you could try the 10.5 version? It -could- work, though I have a feeling it would run in 32bit mode

2010/12/15 Baluta Cristian <[hidden email]>
They are both: Unix Executable File (Intel)


On Wed, Dec 15, 2010 at 9:22 PM, Marc Weber <[hidden email]> wrote:
Excerpts from Baluta Cristian's message of Wed Dec 15 20:07:49 +0100 2010:
> I tried for the first time a nightly build. I've downloaded the 10.6 osx and
> replaced manually the executable and the folder. Terminal says: -bash:
> /usr/bin/haxe: Bad CPU type in executable
>
> Any ideas? The executable is also 2 times larger than the stable version. I
> have an early MacBook

All I know that there are universal binaries for Mac.
Do you have kind of readelf or file command?
if so try
# file executable

It should tell you for which architecture the executable you got was compiled for.

Marc Weber

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Re: Nightly Builds

Baluta Cristian
Oh, that explains the size. It works with 10.5, i don't have 64bits from what i know. Thanks.

On Wed, Dec 15, 2010 at 10:08 PM, Cauê Waneck <[hidden email]> wrote:
Maybe you could try the 10.5 version? It -could- work, though I have a feeling it would run in 32bit mode

2010/12/15 Baluta Cristian <[hidden email]>

They are both: Unix Executable File (Intel)


On Wed, Dec 15, 2010 at 9:22 PM, Marc Weber <[hidden email]> wrote:
Excerpts from Baluta Cristian's message of Wed Dec 15 20:07:49 +0100 2010:
> I tried for the first time a nightly build. I've downloaded the 10.6 osx and
> replaced manually the executable and the folder. Terminal says: -bash:
> /usr/bin/haxe: Bad CPU type in executable
>
> Any ideas? The executable is also 2 times larger than the stable version. I
> have an early MacBook

All I know that there are universal binaries for Mac.
Do you have kind of readelf or file command?
if so try
# file executable

It should tell you for which architecture the executable you got was compiled for.

Marc Weber

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haXe - an open source web programming language
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http://imagin.ro

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haXe - an open source web programming language
http://haxe.org


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http://haxe.org



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