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Re: Seeking machines for nightly builds of ITK

Hardware requirements?

On Tue, 03 Aug 2010 08:30:02 +0200
"Steve M. Robbins" <steve@sumost.ca> wrote:

> Hi,
> The insighttoolkit package is a large and active code base.  They use
> a system of nightly build/test on a variety of machines [1] to ensure
> that the code works on all supported platforms.  
> I run a build on my amd64 machine -- configured as the Debian ITK
> packages -- to expose issues early.  I'd like to add some more Debian
> machines to cover all the architectures.
> This issue has some urgency now since ITK is presently embarking on an
> overhaul of the code that includes removing "obsolete" code, including
> support for old compilers & systems, such as SGI.  I'd like to ensure
> they don't break compilation for some of the lesser-used machines such
> as mips, arm, etc.  Ideally, I'd like one machine that runs "sid" of
> each architecture.  I already run the amd64 build.
> Can I use the official Debian developer machines for this task?
> If you have a non-amd64 machine with spare cycles each night that you
> can either set up a build [2] or let me log in to do it, please reply.
> Thanks,
> -Steve
> [1] http://public.kitware.com/dashboard.php?name=itk
> [2] http://www.itk.org/Wiki/ITK/Git#Dashboard

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