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Igor Stasenko wrote:
On 26 October 2012 21:17, Stéphane Ducasse <a class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E" href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org"><email@example.com></a> wrote:
<pre wrap="">Thanks a lot igor!
I love the noise of burning servers under the pressure of integration scripts.
At least we achieved that part :)
Well, to build VM and all 3-rd party libs from scratch it takes 1 hour
and 5 minutes on slave..
a bit too much to my taste.. perhaps we will need to rearrange jobs to
build thirdparty libs separately,
because they don't change that often.
Perhaps a bit fanciful and wishful thinking.... but what would be cool
would be a preconfigured operating system "virtual appliance" that I
could download and run in VMWare or VirtualBox, which would download
and run build-jobs from a central server, and would push results back
to the main server. I'd be happy to contribute cycles and bandwidth to
such a task. Ideally this could be hands-off from my side once I booted
the appliance. Also from a security perspective there should be some
configuration outside the appliance at the VMWare level to restrict
appliance network access to the central server only. This would
scaling as the number of thirdparty libs grows. Developers should be
able to configure their own lib to be run more often than others.<br>
just a passing thought... cheers -ben<br>
On Oct 26, 2012, at 2:47 AM, Igor Stasenko wrote:
<pre wrap="">Hi there,
There are new updated Cog VMs built by Jenkins. The changes are mostly
related to Windows builds:
 Cog VM includes SSL plugin which uses OpenSSL library. (Tested
versus Zodiac , seems working fine).
 A new version of Cog+NativeBoost for windows also bundled with
Here the list of all extra dll's which you can find in .zip file:
"freetype library + freetype plugin"
"openSSL library + SqueakSSL plugin"
"cairo library and its dependencies"
Please, also note new downloads location:
 <a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://pharo.gforge.inria.fr/ci/vm/cog/">http://pharo.gforge.inria.fr/ci/vm/cog/</a>
 <a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://pharo.gforge.inria.fr/ci/vm/nbcog/">http://pharo.gforge.inria.fr/ci/vm/nbcog/</a>
While you can still download VMs directly from jenkins server
(<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="https://ci.lille.inria.fr/pharo/view/Cog/">https://ci.lille.inria.fr/pharo/view/Cog/</a>),
the new location is _recommended_ place for downloading artefacts
built by Jenkins server:
- first, the interface is simple and straightforward
- second, it is not going to disappear with a puff of smoke (in case
of any problems related to jenkins & other build infrastructure)
The new artifacts will appear in archive, every time jenkins
successfully finish corresponding job(s).
You can look at (<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://pharo.gforge.inria.fr/ci/">http://pharo.gforge.inria.fr/ci/</a>) to see what else is