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- Dec 19 2016, 10:38 PM (143 w, 4 d)
Tue, Sep 17
I patched the Jenkins script, but this robocopy call is broken, I had to manually copy files on the slave. This needs to be fixed before committing.
This works on Jenkins and locally. The build failures above are mostly failed tests of the latest iteration of D1946 🙂
This is completely outdated, now that the build uses Docker. I will upload the current version of scripts here.
Sun, Sep 1
@Stan the error in checkrefs.pl is really strange on Jenkins... 😕 (https://jenkins.wildfiregames.com/blue/organizations/jenkins/docker-svn/detail/docker-svn/319/pipeline) it's saying it parses units/rome_centurio_imperial, what is this file, I can't find it? Is this a bug in the perl script caused by the empty file here?
Fri, Aug 30
Hello! I had not noticed the patch when you created it 🙂 I think it's a good idea.
Aug 19 2019
Aug 18 2019
Thanks for taking a look 🙂
Aug 8 2019
The setIsRunOnce addition must be reverted.
Aug 7 2019
Updated RC following comments by historic_bruno, wraitii and elexis.
This looks fine to me, works with SM38 and without any change with SM45, and so much hacky code is removed that I can only be happy 😄 The autorequest looks needed to me.
Aug 6 2019
Alright, everything is cleared up then! Thanks again for the work :)
Thanks for the answers! Indeed my dictionary must be marking only the vowels where confusion can happen. I still have one word where I do have a short vowel.
This is good now!
Aug 5 2019
Thanks for the work! I went through my own dictionary for these changes (Latin-French by Gaffiot & Flobert, 2001) and I have a few differences. A lot of them are vowel lengths differing. Note that sometimes, my dictionary only says that the vowel is not always long, not that it is always short.
Thanks for looking into this! The concept looks good to me and works, but it has a memory leak. The fix is easy 🙂
I rebased my branch and added a commit addressing comments: https://github.com/na-Itms/0ad/tree/sm45.
Jul 20 2019
Rebased; this is a RC.
Jul 19 2019
The code looks almost perfect to me (I had too many >> problems in the past, it became an obsession), and this works on SM38 and on SM45. Thanks a lot!
Fix an integer overflow.
Jul 17 2019
Thanks for the review 🙂
I used the latest one (probably vc12) with the compiler I wanted to build the game with. Recent versions of visual studio can open slightly older solutions without issue 🙂
You were right, there are a few bogus names here! I tracked them down, they are users who deleted their Transifex account. I added a regex to remove them from the credits.
This is superseded by our new CI system which is using Docker to build the game under clang-only or gcc-only environments.
This will be useful to start supporting VS2019. I would be against updating premake if we have no bugs or missing features in our version though, because that makes heavy commits. What is your opinion? If you agree, we should wait for when we actually enable 2019, at that time maybe that will be a more recent alpha version of premake.
Jul 16 2019
@elexis, in the future, if you want to manually start an autobuild, it's better to use the helper job that triggers the autobuilder. Else, that helper job will start an autobuild as planned on the next day and create an extra commit. The helper job has "timeguard" in its name. If you run a build through it, it will reset its internal state.
Oh, well, I don't know. I usually license my stuff under GPL and it would make sense to put it under GPLv2+ like most of the 0ad code. However, seeing how barebones and easy to adapt this snippet is, maybe MIT would make more sense.
Jul 14 2019
Jul 9 2019
Address comments and use the opportunity to test the new Jenkins setup.
Jun 29 2019
@Stan The script always returns 0, which makes Jenkins not complain about anything. See for instance https://jenkins.wildfiregames.com/blue/rest/organizations/jenkins/pipelines/svn/runs/1085/nodes/46/log/?start=0.
I experimentally added this pipeline to Jenkins with the fix to arc patch, and made Phabricator run it on differentials. We'll see if there are unexpected issues. In the meantime, a few comments...
Jun 28 2019
Vorbis was compiled with VS2010 and still depended on the redistributables I deleted. I upgraded and recompiled libogg and libvorbis in rP22406, which fixes the issue for me. Other libs might create the same issue if built with VS2010 still.
Jun 16 2019
Thanks for the patch!
Jun 8 2019
Jun 4 2019
Final version currently in place on Jenkins.
Jun 3 2019
Jun 2 2019
Well well well fixes always need more fixes it seems. Dead code is the worst.
Good work! I am currently testing the pipeline on the autobuilder with the following changes.
May 31 2019
There are no rules yet. For Latin I find the diacritics for vowels pretty, and since it's a transliteration I guess we should put them. For Sanskrit I am used to ś, sh doesn't bother me though.
You can upload with Planned Changes and I'll test.
May 30 2019
May 29 2019
Very nice! I'm proposing the following changes. They are either changes from the scripted pipeline syntax to declarative, or improvements that we could make to the current bat script (so, not a criticism towards your work). The only bug/puzzling thing is the absence of the repo address, which makes me think like this pipeline shouldn't work? Unless you checked the repo out manually once?
May 28 2019
This works perfectly from me now, and the code still looks good 👍 I think the build error comes from the fact that the premake change makes the pch files invalid. I should improve Jenkins so that it performs cleanups when premake scripts are touched, but this is not trivial. I have an alternative fix in mind that I am implementing these days. Anyway, thanks for the great work on this!
May 26 2019
There is your issue. I haven't fully reviewed the rest yet.
Regardless of the future merge between runtimes and context, I think we should use persistent rooteds as little as possible, so conceptually I agree with the patch.
May 25 2019
Thanks for the fix.
Wait for the build, but yes from me.
Let's just wait for the build to finish: spoiler alert: it will warn about the copyright years 😛
I restarted the build, let's see.
Sorry, my reproduction steps were not correct. What I actually tried was adding a char that is outside the first block (ξ, i.e. U+03BE). From my research, this doesn't fail in Atlas, but in CSimulation2::GetMapSettingsString(), so this is a SpiderMonkey bug, not related to your patch. It should be fixed later, I'll try to have a look as part of the SM update.
What Stan said, unless the complete type is actually very long (not on desktop, I can't check).
May 23 2019
This is working on my macOS VM and on Linux, and the code looks perfect. 👍
May 21 2019
Very nice, thanks for the work 👍