|Re: [Wtp-wst-dev] PsychoPath 1.1 Athena builds|
Mukul Gandhi wrote:
Actually, it's best for any type of project, and the more that it is being developed, the more it needs continuous integration.Hi Dave, Sorry for delay in reply. I was reading Martin's article, and took some time to read it. It's a nice article. I am not a build expert. But I feel, a true continuous integration is beneficial for smaller code base, which is sufficiently stable, and the team size is also small.
The current build is setup to build check to see if it needs to build every 2 hours. A manual build can be triggered if necessary sooner.For PsychoPath, I think instead of triggering a build with every commit (which to me, looks like a build overhead), a build can be triggered every hour (which will primarily be useful for developers, with the condition that, build would occur only if any part of code has changed). A nightly build will also be beneficial, for the users (a build will be triggered, only if any part of code has changed since the last successful build).
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