It shouldnt. It should be on a relatively high traffic list, since its important that the messages be recieved.
No failed builds yet. ;). Im going to add the unit tests today.
On Wednesday, March 28, 2012, Ivan Vučica <ivucica@...> wrote:
> Let's hope it doesn't end up spamming everyone tracking -dev ;) > > If it does, it may make sense to send those mails to a separate mailing list. > On Wed, Mar 28, 2012 at 07:43, Gregory Casamento <greg.casamento@...> wrote:
>> >> Hey guys, >> >> I have set up a local Jenkins instance which builds GNUstep whenever >> there is a change. >> >> I have configured it to email the gnustep-dev@... list whenever
>> the build is broken. Currently it is only configured to run the build >> itself, but I plan on adding the unit tests as well. This way we can >> see immediately when the build is broken or when one of the tests is
>> broken. >> >> Thanks, GC >> -- >> Gregory Casamento >> Open Logic Corporation, Principal Consultant >> yahoo/skype: greg_casamento, aol: gjcasa >> (240)274-9630 (Cell)
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