Re: pkg-perl TODO: SVN, archive, upstream, etc versions
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- -=| gregor herrmann, 31.07.2007 20:13 |=-
> *trying at home*
> 1st run: 8m5.450s
> 2nd run: 7m51.874s
> Hm, I must be doing something wrong (yes the cache is created) :-)
What is wrong is that your home misses an optic fiber connection to
alioth :) Try it on alioth and see the difference between "svn+ssh://"
and "file:///" :)
(Oh, I see in your other mail you've already figured this out)
>> I am thinking about
>> (1) using this instead of versioncheck-html
> cronjob adjusted.
> versions-wip.html moved to versions.html.
>> (2) making it run more often. I am not certain how often and have some
>> doubts about cache expiration times, which are more-or-less
>> arbitrary now. please suggest
> I'm not sure about what we can do without harming alioth.
Little math can help. Divide the current run time to that of
versioncheck-html. The result is how many times a day this may be run
without additional harming.
The tricky part would be to tune the cache expiry times.
>> (3) rewriting maintainercheck and wnppcheck too
>> maintainercheck now runs for 14s, which is simply ages :)
> Yup, might be nicer with libparse-debianchangelog-perl
It is already used. Works really nice.
Damyan Ivanov JabberID: email@example.com
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