Greg Stark wrote:
>"Andrew Dunstan" <andrew(at)dunslane(dot)net> writes:
>>One thought I had was to force Windows to use CVS export rather than update.
>>This has 2 disadvantages: it requires a complete repo fetch every run, even
>>if we don't need to do anything because nothing has changed, and it also
>>means we can't report the version numbers on files changed.
>You could also just have the windows machine rsync the directory from one of
>the other build machines?
The farm is distributed - none of the members have any knowledge of the
others. And it is a design requirement that no inbound access is
required for buildfarm members, and that no tools are required other
than those that are required to build postgres.
Anyway, I think we have it covered now,.
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