Jeremy Katz wrote :
> - something that spawns the builds
> - something that deals with the results
These two are likely to be fairly related. Perhaps even the same thing.
Yes and no : Since we're probably going to want to support different archs
coming from different build machines some day, the build spawning should be
per build host, whereas the dealing with the results will be partly per
build host (the part that you consider fairly related) but also partly in a
central location which will gather everything, right?
Other than that, I agree with Jeremy regarding the fact the builds should
be explicitly requested and not automatic for every CVS commit, or even
every commit matching certain criterias (i.e. a change in version and/or
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