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Re: haXe nightly builds

Jens Peter Secher
On 2010-09-13 16:10, Philipp Klose wrote:
>
> I could provide Linux 64 and 32 bit builds. (Creating *.deb for Debian
> and Ubuntu users would also be possible).

Creating a reliable Debian (and thus Ubuntu) package needs some manual
work, both because of the way the source code is distributed between SVN
repositories with tags and CVS repositories without tags [1], and the
way haxe (and especially neko) interacts with the rest of the packages
in the Debian (and thus Ubuntu) distribution.  If there was a nightly
build of a complete tarball [2], this would be easier.

As the maintainer of the haxe and neko packages in Debian, I would
really appreciate it if we could agree on a naming convention for
unofficial .deb packages so that our dear users are not confused about
things that break and starts sending bug reports. :-)

As for the official Debian packages, they will always lack behind
because a distribution needs some time to release [3], and because new
haXe versions usually take some time to actually stabilise.

Wrt. haXe 2.06, I have just put a new version on my personal repository
[4] while I figure out how to deal with #596622 [5].  If further testing
shows that this package is OK on other architectures, I will upload it
to "experimental" where it will autobuild for AMD64 etc.

Cheers,
/JP


 [1] http://lists.motion-twin.com/pipermail/haxe/2007-March/007987.html
 [2] http://lists.motion-twin.com/pipermail/haxe/2010-August/037670.html
 [3] http://lists.motion-twin.com/pipermail/haxe/2008-October/020254.html
 [4] http://people.debian.org/~jps/unstable/
 [5] http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=596622

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Re: haXe nightly builds

Juan Delgado
Somebody was saying about using bash for this, but over the time I've
found out that Neko + xcode is a lovely combination for that job.

Using the Process class you can call SVN, GIT, zip or whatever is in
the system, pick up the output, error codes, etc. Also is dead easy to
read config files and, specially, the code is cross-platform.

Watch out for some minor bugs if you use xcode in Windows:

http://code.google.com/p/xcross/issues/list

My 2 cents!

Juan

On Wed, Sep 15, 2010 at 10:51 PM, Jens Peter Secher <[hidden email]> wrote:

> On 2010-09-13 16:10, Philipp Klose wrote:
>>
>> I could provide Linux 64 and 32 bit builds. (Creating *.deb for Debian
>> and Ubuntu users would also be possible).
>
> Creating a reliable Debian (and thus Ubuntu) package needs some manual
> work, both because of the way the source code is distributed between SVN
> repositories with tags and CVS repositories without tags [1], and the
> way haxe (and especially neko) interacts with the rest of the packages
> in the Debian (and thus Ubuntu) distribution.  If there was a nightly
> build of a complete tarball [2], this would be easier.
>
> As the maintainer of the haxe and neko packages in Debian, I would
> really appreciate it if we could agree on a naming convention for
> unofficial .deb packages so that our dear users are not confused about
> things that break and starts sending bug reports. :-)
>
> As for the official Debian packages, they will always lack behind
> because a distribution needs some time to release [3], and because new
> haXe versions usually take some time to actually stabilise.
>
> Wrt. haXe 2.06, I have just put a new version on my personal repository
> [4] while I figure out how to deal with #596622 [5].  If further testing
> shows that this package is OK on other architectures, I will upload it
> to "experimental" where it will autobuild for AMD64 etc.
>
> Cheers,
> /JP
>
>
>  [1] http://lists.motion-twin.com/pipermail/haxe/2007-March/007987.html
>  [2] http://lists.motion-twin.com/pipermail/haxe/2010-August/037670.html
>  [3] http://lists.motion-twin.com/pipermail/haxe/2008-October/020254.html
>  [4] http://people.debian.org/~jps/unstable/
>  [5] http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=596622
>
> --
> haXe - an open source web programming language
> http://haxe.org
>



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Re: haXe nightly builds

Cauê W.
Guys, I've just put a first windows build at
http://haxe.cmt.tc/

I've built in windows, but haven't by now created any script to do it. Does the executable suffice? Would it be better to have also the std lib?
Is the naming scheme ok? I can build them in linux64, windows and osx (leopard 10.5) . We would need osx 10.6 and linux32 .

Can I start to script it? :)

cheers!
Caue

2010/9/16 Juan Delgado <[hidden email]>
Somebody was saying about using bash for this, but over the time I've
found out that Neko + xcode is a lovely combination for that job.

Using the Process class you can call SVN, GIT, zip or whatever is in
the system, pick up the output, error codes, etc. Also is dead easy to
read config files and, specially, the code is cross-platform.

Watch out for some minor bugs if you use xcode in Windows:

http://code.google.com/p/xcross/issues/list

My 2 cents!

Juan

On Wed, Sep 15, 2010 at 10:51 PM, Jens Peter Secher <[hidden email]> wrote:
> On 2010-09-13 16:10, Philipp Klose wrote:
>>
>> I could provide Linux 64 and 32 bit builds. (Creating *.deb for Debian
>> and Ubuntu users would also be possible).
>
> Creating a reliable Debian (and thus Ubuntu) package needs some manual
> work, both because of the way the source code is distributed between SVN
> repositories with tags and CVS repositories without tags [1], and the
> way haxe (and especially neko) interacts with the rest of the packages
> in the Debian (and thus Ubuntu) distribution.  If there was a nightly
> build of a complete tarball [2], this would be easier.
>
> As the maintainer of the haxe and neko packages in Debian, I would
> really appreciate it if we could agree on a naming convention for
> unofficial .deb packages so that our dear users are not confused about
> things that break and starts sending bug reports. :-)
>
> As for the official Debian packages, they will always lack behind
> because a distribution needs some time to release [3], and because new
> haXe versions usually take some time to actually stabilise.
>
> Wrt. haXe 2.06, I have just put a new version on my personal repository
> [4] while I figure out how to deal with #596622 [5].  If further testing
> shows that this package is OK on other architectures, I will upload it
> to "experimental" where it will autobuild for AMD64 etc.
>
> Cheers,
> /JP
>
>
>  [1] http://lists.motion-twin.com/pipermail/haxe/2007-March/007987.html
>  [2] http://lists.motion-twin.com/pipermail/haxe/2010-August/037670.html
>  [3] http://lists.motion-twin.com/pipermail/haxe/2008-October/020254.html
>  [4] http://people.debian.org/~jps/unstable/
>  [5] http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=596622
>
> --
> haXe - an open source web programming language
> http://haxe.org
>



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Re: haXe nightly builds

Nicolas Cannasse
Le 17/09/2010 22:26, Cauê Waneck a écrit :
> Guys, I've just put a first windows build at
> http://haxe.cmt.tc/
>
> I've built in windows, but haven't by now created any script to do it.
> Does the executable suffice? Would it be better to have also the std lib?

I think having std in sync with compiler binary would be better, there
is no guarantee of it working well in case it's not.

Best,
Nicolas

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Re: haXe nightly builds

Bernard Visscher
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Well the linux 32 bits and osx 10.6 are 2 builds I could do...

On Sep 17, 2010, at 22:26 , Cauê Waneck wrote:

Guys, I've just put a first windows build at
http://haxe.cmt.tc/

I've built in windows, but haven't by now created any script to do it. Does the executable suffice? Would it be better to have also the std lib?
Is the naming scheme ok? I can build them in linux64, windows and osx (leopard 10.5) . We would need osx 10.6 and linux32 .

Can I start to script it? :)

cheers!
Caue

2010/9/16 Juan Delgado <[hidden email]>
Somebody was saying about using bash for this, but over the time I've
found out that Neko + xcode is a lovely combination for that job.

Using the Process class you can call SVN, GIT, zip or whatever is in
the system, pick up the output, error codes, etc. Also is dead easy to
read config files and, specially, the code is cross-platform.

Watch out for some minor bugs if you use xcode in Windows:

http://code.google.com/p/xcross/issues/list

My 2 cents!

Juan

On Wed, Sep 15, 2010 at 10:51 PM, Jens Peter Secher <[hidden email]> wrote:
> On 2010-09-13 16:10, Philipp Klose wrote:
>>
>> I could provide Linux 64 and 32 bit builds. (Creating *.deb for Debian
>> and Ubuntu users would also be possible).
>
> Creating a reliable Debian (and thus Ubuntu) package needs some manual
> work, both because of the way the source code is distributed between SVN
> repositories with tags and CVS repositories without tags [1], and the
> way haxe (and especially neko) interacts with the rest of the packages
> in the Debian (and thus Ubuntu) distribution.  If there was a nightly
> build of a complete tarball [2], this would be easier.
>
> As the maintainer of the haxe and neko packages in Debian, I would
> really appreciate it if we could agree on a naming convention for
> unofficial .deb packages so that our dear users are not confused about
> things that break and starts sending bug reports. :-)
>
> As for the official Debian packages, they will always lack behind
> because a distribution needs some time to release [3], and because new
> haXe versions usually take some time to actually stabilise.
>
> Wrt. haXe 2.06, I have just put a new version on my personal repository
> [4] while I figure out how to deal with #596622 [5].  If further testing
> shows that this package is OK on other architectures, I will upload it
> to "experimental" where it will autobuild for AMD64 etc.
>
> Cheers,
> /JP
>
>
>  [1] http://lists.motion-twin.com/pipermail/haxe/2007-March/007987.html
>  [2] http://lists.motion-twin.com/pipermail/haxe/2010-August/037670.html
>  [3] http://lists.motion-twin.com/pipermail/haxe/2008-October/020254.html
>  [4] http://people.debian.org/~jps/unstable/
>  [5] http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=596622
>
> --
> haXe - an open source web programming language
> http://haxe.org
>



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Re: haXe nightly builds

Cauê W.
In reply to this post by Nicolas Cannasse
I think having std in sync with compiler binary would be better, there is no guarantee of it working well in case it's not.

Done! ;)

Bernard,

I'm creating you a username for upload. Can you keep a script so it's automatically built?

Cheers!
Cauê 

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Re: haXe nightly builds

Bernard Visscher
linux 32 bits is build auto now: http://builds.haxer.be
On osx 10.6 I can create an autobuild, but it's my laptop... so not guaranteed it's build every "update".

On Sep 17, 2010, at 22:59 , Cauê Waneck wrote:

I think having std in sync with compiler binary would be better, there is no guarantee of it working well in case it's not.

Done! ;)

Bernard,

I'm creating you a username for upload. Can you keep a script so it's automatically built?

Cheers!
Cauê 
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Re: haXe nightly builds

Cauê W.
Hey guys!

I've made them build automatically. A script will look for svn commits for every 15 minutes, and build them if there are new builds. Maybe I did something wrong when setting up cron / launchd , but I am too lazy to confirm this right now without changing the svn check script ; )  So let's see it the next commits are going to build automatically !

Anyway, linux64, windows and osx10.5 are automatic . OSX is intel only, sorry.
Bernard will also build for linux32 and osx10.6 , so we're almost building ok in all platforms. If anyone wants to add a project for this automatic build (Hugh? ;) ), please contact me! I'm thinking about setting up a (hopefully secure) system for doing this

Cheers! ; )

Cauê

2010/9/17 Bernard Visscher <[hidden email]>
linux 32 bits is build auto now: http://builds.haxer.be
On osx 10.6 I can create an autobuild, but it's my laptop... so not guaranteed it's build every "update".

On Sep 17, 2010, at 22:59 , Cauê Waneck wrote:

I think having std in sync with compiler binary would be better, there is no guarantee of it working well in case it's not.

Done! ;)

Bernard,

I'm creating you a username for upload. Can you keep a script so it's automatically built?

Cheers!
Cauê 
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Re: haXe nightly builds

jlm@justinfront.net
Caue

That won't work for Leopard... 10.5.8, happy to help.

Cheers

;j

On 18 Sep 2010, at 21:45, Cauê Waneck wrote:

Hey guys!

I've made them build automatically. A script will look for svn commits for every 15 minutes, and build them if there are new builds. Maybe I did something wrong when setting up cron / launchd , but I am too lazy to confirm this right now without changing the svn check script ; )  So let's see it the next commits are going to build automatically !

Anyway, linux64, windows and osx10.5 are automatic . OSX is intel only, sorry.
Bernard will also build for linux32 and osx10.6 , so we're almost building ok in all platforms. If anyone wants to add a project for this automatic build (Hugh? ;) ), please contact me! I'm thinking about setting up a (hopefully secure) system for doing this

Cheers! ; )

Cauê

2010/9/17 Bernard Visscher <[hidden email]>
linux 32 bits is build auto now: http://builds.haxer.be
On osx 10.6 I can create an autobuild, but it's my laptop... so not guaranteed it's build every "update".

On Sep 17, 2010, at 22:59 , Cauê Waneck wrote:

I think having std in sync with compiler binary would be better, there is no guarantee of it working well in case it's not.

Done! ;)

Bernard,

I'm creating you a username for upload. Can you keep a script so it's automatically built?

Cheers!
Cauê 
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Re: haXe nightly builds

Cauê W.
Have you chmod 777 haxe ??

cheers ;)
2010/9/18, [hidden email] <[hidden email]>:

> Caue
>
> That won't work for Leopard... 10.5.8, happy to help.
>
> Cheers
>
> ;j
>
> On 18 Sep 2010, at 21:45, Cauê Waneck wrote:
>
>> Hey guys!
>>
>> I've made them build automatically. A script will look for svn
>> commits for every 15 minutes, and build them if there are new
>> builds. Maybe I did something wrong when setting up cron / launchd ,
>> but I am too lazy to confirm this right now without changing the svn
>> check script ; )  So let's see it the next commits are going to
>> build automatically !
>>
>> Anyway, linux64, windows and osx10.5 are automatic . OSX is intel
>> only, sorry.
>> Bernard will also build for linux32 and osx10.6 , so we're almost
>> building ok in all platforms. If anyone wants to add a project for
>> this automatic build (Hugh? ;) ), please contact me! I'm thinking
>> about setting up a (hopefully secure) system for doing this
>>
>> Cheers! ; )
>>
>> Cauê
>>
>> 2010/9/17 Bernard Visscher <[hidden email]>
>> linux 32 bits is build auto now: http://builds.haxer.be
>> On osx 10.6 I can create an autobuild, but it's my laptop... so not
>> guaranteed it's build every "update".
>>
>> On Sep 17, 2010, at 22:59 , Cauê Waneck wrote:
>>
>>> I think having std in sync with compiler binary would be better,
>>> there is no guarantee of it working well in case it's not.
>>>
>>> Done! ;)
>>>
>>> Bernard,
>>>
>>> I'm creating you a username for upload. Can you keep a script so
>>> it's automatically built?
>>>
>>> Cheers!
>>> Cauê
>>> --
>>> haXe - an open source web programming language
>>> http://haxe.org
>>
>>
>> --
>> haXe - an open source web programming language
>> http://haxe.org
>>
>> --
>> haXe - an open source web programming language
>> http://haxe.org
>
>

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Re: haXe nightly builds

jlm@justinfront.net
Caue

just off out but I can compile from svn later, last compile I made was  
atleast a few days back.  If there is something I need to install this  
end ( on my personal machine ) to allow my machine to auto compile/
upload let me know, but I have ocaml etc setup.  prob best to send me  
an email off list.


Cheers

;j


On 18 Sep 2010, at 22:11, Cauê Waneck wrote:

> Have you chmod 777 haxe ??
>
> cheers ;)
> 2010/9/18, [hidden email] <[hidden email]>:
>> Caue
>>
>> That won't work for Leopard... 10.5.8, happy to help.
>>
>> Cheers
>>
>> ;j
>>
>> On 18 Sep 2010, at 21:45, Cauê Waneck wrote:
>>
>>> Hey guys!
>>>
>>> I've made them build automatically. A script will look for svn
>>> commits for every 15 minutes, and build them if there are new
>>> builds. Maybe I did something wrong when setting up cron / launchd ,
>>> but I am too lazy to confirm this right now without changing the svn
>>> check script ; )  So let's see it the next commits are going to
>>> build automatically !
>>>
>>> Anyway, linux64, windows and osx10.5 are automatic . OSX is intel
>>> only, sorry.
>>> Bernard will also build for linux32 and osx10.6 , so we're almost
>>> building ok in all platforms. If anyone wants to add a project for
>>> this automatic build (Hugh? ;) ), please contact me! I'm thinking
>>> about setting up a (hopefully secure) system for doing this
>>>
>>> Cheers! ; )
>>>
>>> Cauê
>>>
>>> 2010/9/17 Bernard Visscher <[hidden email]>
>>> linux 32 bits is build auto now: http://builds.haxer.be
>>> On osx 10.6 I can create an autobuild, but it's my laptop... so not
>>> guaranteed it's build every "update".
>>>
>>> On Sep 17, 2010, at 22:59 , Cauê Waneck wrote:
>>>
>>>> I think having std in sync with compiler binary would be better,
>>>> there is no guarantee of it working well in case it's not.
>>>>
>>>> Done! ;)
>>>>
>>>> Bernard,
>>>>
>>>> I'm creating you a username for upload. Can you keep a script so
>>>> it's automatically built?
>>>>
>>>> Cheers!
>>>> Cauê
>>>> --
>>>> haXe - an open source web programming language
>>>> http://haxe.org
>>>
>>>
>>> --
>>> haXe - an open source web programming language
>>> http://haxe.org
>>>
>>> --
>>> haXe - an open source web programming language
>>> http://haxe.org
>>
>>
>
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Re: haXe nightly builds

Cauê W.
Justin,

Just copy the files inside bin to your haxe path

and then open terminal and write:

sudo chmod 777 /usr/lib/haxe/haxe

If haxe is installed on another path, just replace the path to the real haxe path.
I've made them a zip file out of lazyness.. When I get to the office again, I'll make it make a tgz which will probably make this step uneeded

cheers!
Cauê

2010/9/18 [hidden email] <[hidden email]>
Caue

just off out but I can compile from svn later, last compile I made was atleast a few days back.  If there is something I need to install this end ( on my personal machine ) to allow my machine to auto compile/upload let me know, but I have ocaml etc setup.  prob best to send me an email off list.


Cheers

;j



On 18 Sep 2010, at 22:11, Cauê Waneck wrote:

Have you chmod 777 haxe ??

cheers ;)
2010/9/18, [hidden email] <[hidden email]>:
Caue

That won't work for Leopard... 10.5.8, happy to help.

Cheers

;j

On 18 Sep 2010, at 21:45, Cauê Waneck wrote:

Hey guys!

I've made them build automatically. A script will look for svn
commits for every 15 minutes, and build them if there are new
builds. Maybe I did something wrong when setting up cron / launchd ,
but I am too lazy to confirm this right now without changing the svn
check script ; )  So let's see it the next commits are going to
build automatically !

Anyway, linux64, windows and osx10.5 are automatic . OSX is intel
only, sorry.
Bernard will also build for linux32 and osx10.6 , so we're almost
building ok in all platforms. If anyone wants to add a project for
this automatic build (Hugh? ;) ), please contact me! I'm thinking
about setting up a (hopefully secure) system for doing this

Cheers! ; )

Cauê

2010/9/17 Bernard Visscher <[hidden email]>
linux 32 bits is build auto now: http://builds.haxer.be
On osx 10.6 I can create an autobuild, but it's my laptop... so not
guaranteed it's build every "update".

On Sep 17, 2010, at 22:59 , Cauê Waneck wrote:

I think having std in sync with compiler binary would be better,
there is no guarantee of it working well in case it's not.

Done! ;)

Bernard,

I'm creating you a username for upload. Can you keep a script so
it's automatically built?

Cheers!
Cauê
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Re: haXe nightly builds

Bernard Visscher
The linux32 build is uploaded automatically...
Now focusing on the osx 10.6 build..

On Sep 18, 2010, at 23:24 , Cauê Waneck wrote:

Justin,

Just copy the files inside bin to your haxe path

and then open terminal and write:

sudo chmod 777 /usr/lib/haxe/haxe

If haxe is installed on another path, just replace the path to the real haxe path.
I've made them a zip file out of lazyness.. When I get to the office again, I'll make it make a tgz which will probably make this step uneeded

cheers!
Cauê

2010/9/18 [hidden email] <[hidden email]>
Caue

just off out but I can compile from svn later, last compile I made was atleast a few days back.  If there is something I need to install this end ( on my personal machine ) to allow my machine to auto compile/upload let me know, but I have ocaml etc setup.  prob best to send me an email off list.


Cheers

;j



On 18 Sep 2010, at 22:11, Cauê Waneck wrote:

Have you chmod 777 haxe ??

cheers ;)
2010/9/18, [hidden email] <[hidden email]>:
Caue

That won't work for Leopard... 10.5.8, happy to help.

Cheers

;j

On 18 Sep 2010, at 21:45, Cauê Waneck wrote:

Hey guys!

I've made them build automatically. A script will look for svn
commits for every 15 minutes, and build them if there are new
builds. Maybe I did something wrong when setting up cron / launchd ,
but I am too lazy to confirm this right now without changing the svn
check script ; )  So let's see it the next commits are going to
build automatically !

Anyway, linux64, windows and osx10.5 are automatic . OSX is intel
only, sorry.
Bernard will also build for linux32 and osx10.6 , so we're almost
building ok in all platforms. If anyone wants to add a project for
this automatic build (Hugh? ;) ), please contact me! I'm thinking
about setting up a (hopefully secure) system for doing this

Cheers! ; )

Cauê

2010/9/17 Bernard Visscher <[hidden email]>
linux 32 bits is build auto now: http://builds.haxer.be
On osx 10.6 I can create an autobuild, but it's my laptop... so not
guaranteed it's build every "update".

On Sep 17, 2010, at 22:59 , Cauê Waneck wrote:

I think having std in sync with compiler binary would be better,
there is no guarantee of it working well in case it's not.

Done! ;)

Bernard,

I'm creating you a username for upload. Can you keep a script so
it's automatically built?

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


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haXe - an open source web programming language
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Re: haXe nightly builds

Bernard Visscher
Cauê,

Also removed my builds and added a mirror of your site @ http://builds.haxer.be

Bernard

On Sep 21, 2010, at 09:56 , Bernard Visscher wrote:

The linux32 build is uploaded automatically...
Now focusing on the osx 10.6 build..

On Sep 18, 2010, at 23:24 , Cauê Waneck wrote:

Justin,

Just copy the files inside bin to your haxe path

and then open terminal and write:

sudo chmod 777 /usr/lib/haxe/haxe

If haxe is installed on another path, just replace the path to the real haxe path.
I've made them a zip file out of lazyness.. When I get to the office again, I'll make it make a tgz which will probably make this step uneeded

cheers!
Cauê

2010/9/18 [hidden email] <[hidden email]>
Caue

just off out but I can compile from svn later, last compile I made was atleast a few days back.  If there is something I need to install this end ( on my personal machine ) to allow my machine to auto compile/upload let me know, but I have ocaml etc setup.  prob best to send me an email off list.


Cheers

;j



On 18 Sep 2010, at 22:11, Cauê Waneck wrote:

Have you chmod 777 haxe ??

cheers ;)
2010/9/18, [hidden email] <[hidden email]>:
Caue

That won't work for Leopard... 10.5.8, happy to help.

Cheers

;j

On 18 Sep 2010, at 21:45, Cauê Waneck wrote:

Hey guys!

I've made them build automatically. A script will look for svn
commits for every 15 minutes, and build them if there are new
builds. Maybe I did something wrong when setting up cron / launchd ,
but I am too lazy to confirm this right now without changing the svn
check script ; )  So let's see it the next commits are going to
build automatically !

Anyway, linux64, windows and osx10.5 are automatic . OSX is intel
only, sorry.
Bernard will also build for linux32 and osx10.6 , so we're almost
building ok in all platforms. If anyone wants to add a project for
this automatic build (Hugh? ;) ), please contact me! I'm thinking
about setting up a (hopefully secure) system for doing this

Cheers! ; )

Cauê

2010/9/17 Bernard Visscher <[hidden email]>
linux 32 bits is build auto now: http://builds.haxer.be
On osx 10.6 I can create an autobuild, but it's my laptop... so not
guaranteed it's build every "update".

On Sep 17, 2010, at 22:59 , Cauê Waneck wrote:

I think having std in sync with compiler binary would be better,
there is no guarantee of it working well in case it's not.

Done! ;)

Bernard,

I'm creating you a username for upload. Can you keep a script so
it's automatically built?

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


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

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



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


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

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

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Re: haXe nightly builds

Bernard Visscher
osx 10.6 build also added..

On Sep 21, 2010, at 10:28 , Bernard Visscher wrote:

Cauê,

Also removed my builds and added a mirror of your site @ http://builds.haxer.be

Bernard

On Sep 21, 2010, at 09:56 , Bernard Visscher wrote:

The linux32 build is uploaded automatically...
Now focusing on the osx 10.6 build..

On Sep 18, 2010, at 23:24 , Cauê Waneck wrote:

Justin,

Just copy the files inside bin to your haxe path

and then open terminal and write:

sudo chmod 777 /usr/lib/haxe/haxe

If haxe is installed on another path, just replace the path to the real haxe path.
I've made them a zip file out of lazyness.. When I get to the office again, I'll make it make a tgz which will probably make this step uneeded

cheers!
Cauê

2010/9/18 [hidden email] <[hidden email]>
Caue

just off out but I can compile from svn later, last compile I made was atleast a few days back.  If there is something I need to install this end ( on my personal machine ) to allow my machine to auto compile/upload let me know, but I have ocaml etc setup.  prob best to send me an email off list.


Cheers

;j



On 18 Sep 2010, at 22:11, Cauê Waneck wrote:

Have you chmod 777 haxe ??

cheers ;)
2010/9/18, [hidden email] <[hidden email]>:
Caue

That won't work for Leopard... 10.5.8, happy to help.

Cheers

;j

On 18 Sep 2010, at 21:45, Cauê Waneck wrote:

Hey guys!

I've made them build automatically. A script will look for svn
commits for every 15 minutes, and build them if there are new
builds. Maybe I did something wrong when setting up cron / launchd ,
but I am too lazy to confirm this right now without changing the svn
check script ; )  So let's see it the next commits are going to
build automatically !

Anyway, linux64, windows and osx10.5 are automatic . OSX is intel
only, sorry.
Bernard will also build for linux32 and osx10.6 , so we're almost
building ok in all platforms. If anyone wants to add a project for
this automatic build (Hugh? ;) ), please contact me! I'm thinking
about setting up a (hopefully secure) system for doing this

Cheers! ; )

Cauê

2010/9/17 Bernard Visscher <[hidden email]>
linux 32 bits is build auto now: http://builds.haxer.be
On osx 10.6 I can create an autobuild, but it's my laptop... so not
guaranteed it's build every "update".

On Sep 17, 2010, at 22:59 , Cauê Waneck wrote:

I think having std in sync with compiler binary would be better,
there is no guarantee of it working well in case it's not.

Done! ;)

Bernard,

I'm creating you a username for upload. Can you keep a script so
it's automatically built?

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


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

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



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


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

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

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

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


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