[Libreoffice-qa] Tinderbox status

Stephan Bergmann sbergman at redhat.com
Thu Dec 1 02:05:55 PST 2011

On 12/01/2011 09:51 AM, Pedro Lino wrote:
> One question: the MinGW finished with 220 errors while on 11-30 it
> managed to build with 16 errors; the MSVC Win_9 machine finished
> successfully with 846(!) errors but the previous successful build was
> managed by Win_6 with "only" 176 errors.
> Is it a regression, or it doesn't really matter the number of errors
> as long as it is successful? I.e. does the number of errors
> potentially affect the quality and reliability of the binaries?

Those "number of errors" are largely useless.  IIUC, the tinderbox 
software scans the build log for suspicious words and counts each 
occurrence of such a word as an error.  Like each compilation of a file 
in the boost/exception directory triggers this.


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