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Re: The SVN, nightly builds and biweekly betas

Postby Chris H. » 21 Feb 2012, 17:02

jendave wrote:As a quick and dirty solution, I disabled the tests. The build works now, but the tests should be fixed.
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Re: The SVN, nightly builds and biweekly betas

Postby Chris H. » 18 Apr 2012, 15:43

I had a problem with the SVN today. I was trying to edit the font file name or the font in the simpsons skin as it needs to be lowercase of unix filesystems.

I made the change to my local copy and forge showed me that this would result in the old font file being deleted and the new one would be added as part of an outgoing commit.

I got a file not found error. Eclipse shows that I still have an outgoing change,
I think that I may have fixed the problem, not sure. :roll:
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Re: The SVN, nightly builds and biweekly betas

Postby Chris H. » 22 Apr 2012, 12:58

Had a problem while running today's snapshot build and release.

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Command sent: STOR forge.view.arcane.util.Animation.html

Reply received: 150 Accepted data connection

Reply received: 226-File successfully transferred
226 0.968 seconds (measured here), 143.86 Kbytes per second

completed = /Users/chrish/Workspace_SVN/ForgeSVN/target/site/cobertura/forge.view.arcane.util.Animation.html
processing = /Users/chrish/Workspace_SVN/ForgeSVN/target/site/cobertura/forge.view.arcane.util.CardPanelMouseListener.html as forge.view.arcane.util.CardPanelMouseListener.html
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Reply received: 227 Entering Passive Mode (174,34,254,123,188,9)

Command sent: STOR forge.view.arcane.util.CardPanelMouseListener.html

ftp.cardforge.org/site/ - Session: Disconnecting 
ftp.cardforge.org/site/ - Session: Disconnected
[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
[INFO] BUILD FAILURE
[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
[INFO] Total time: 34:39.561s
[INFO] Finished at: Sun Apr 22 08:30:00 EDT 2012
[INFO] Final Memory: 37M/223M
[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
[ERROR] Failed to execute goal org.apache.maven.plugins:maven-site-plugin:3.0:deploy (default-cli) on project forge: Error uploading site: IOException caught while attempting to upload /Users/chrish/Workspace_SVN/ForgeSVN/target/site/cobertura/forge.view.arcane.util.CardPanelMouseListener.html: Read timed out -> [Help 1]
[ERROR]
[ERROR] To see the full stack trace of the errors, re-run Maven with the -e switch.
[ERROR] Re-run Maven using the -X switch to enable full debug logging.
[ERROR]
[ERROR] For more information about the errors and possible solutions, please read the following articles:
[ERROR] [Help 1] http://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/MAVEN/MojoExecutionException
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Re: The SVN, nightly builds and biweekly betas

Postby Vernon » 22 Apr 2012, 14:03

Official release date?
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Re: The SVN, nightly builds and biweekly betas

Postby Chris H. » 22 Apr 2012, 14:31

Vernon wrote:Official release date?
 
Each future and upcoming beta release has a topic devoted to discussions and a possible time line. For v1.2.7 sees this topic: :)

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Re: The SVN, nightly builds and biweekly betas

Postby Doublestrike » 01 May 2012, 00:14

Where can I see traffic statistics for any of the sites involved with Forge? The SVN, CCGH, binary downloads...anything publically available?
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Re: The SVN, nightly builds and biweekly betas

Postby Chris H. » 12 May 2012, 15:57

My hard drive with the Snow Leopard OS system that I was using to run the build and release Maven commands died and it looks like I will not be able to fix it.

I am now forced to use the hard drive with the Lion OS which is my primary boot drive. Unfortunately, my Lion system does not display the correct SVN version number in the title bar. :(
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Re: The SVN, nightly builds and biweekly betas

Postby jendave » 13 May 2012, 09:09

Chris H. wrote:My hard drive with the Snow Leopard OS system that I was using to run the build and release Maven commands died and it looks like I will not be able to fix it.

I am now forced to use the hard drive with the Lion OS which is my primary boot drive. Unfortunately, my Lion system does not display the correct SVN version number in the title bar. :(
Sorry to hear that. I still cannot replicate this problem. It is very bizarre since it gives you an actual number instead of simply failing or displaying "0000".
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Re: The SVN, nightly builds and biweekly betas

Postby Chris H. » 13 May 2012, 10:36

jendave wrote:Sorry to hear that. I still cannot replicate this problem. It is very bizarre since it gives you an actual number instead of simply failing or displaying "0000".
 
I suspect that there may be some sort of a difference in our dev set ups.

My copy of subversion might be older than yours or a config file of some sort may not be set up properly.

Unfortunately, I can not figure out how to fix this issue. :?
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Re: The SVN, nightly builds and biweekly betas

Postby Chris H. » 25 Jun 2012, 15:42

jendave wrote:
Chris H. wrote:My hard drive with the Snow Leopard OS system that I was using to run the build and release Maven commands died and it looks like I will not be able to fix it.

I am now forced to use the hard drive with the Lion OS which is my primary boot drive. Unfortunately, my Lion system does not display the correct SVN version number in the title bar. :(
 
Sorry to hear that. I still cannot replicate this problem. It is very bizarre since it gives you an actual number instead of simply failing or displaying "0000".
 
I noticed that people are referring to our snapshot builds on the Bug Reports (snapshot builds) topic by only using the SVN rev number that is found in the title bar.

This number is now always stuck on the number "r15897" even though we passed that number some time ago. I think that we need to find a way to remove this data from the title bar as it is misleading people.

I added a simple fix today that will remove the string "-r15897". I plan to add it to the SVN. My fix will not remove other SVN rev numbers. If Dave decides to release a few snapshots while I am offline while moving then the correct SVN rev number will be displayed in the title bar.
 
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Re: The SVN, nightly builds and biweekly betas

Postby Rob Cashwalker » 27 Jun 2012, 20:40

jendave -

Is there any script we could run through PHP or something on the cardforge.org server to automate the snapshot build process on a daily basis?
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Re: The SVN, nightly builds and biweekly betas

Postby moomarc » 07 Jul 2012, 11:09

While trying to get Spelltwine working I came across a small issue with Cycle abilities. When I used Spelltwine to target a Flame Jet, when it copied the spell I was given a choice between dealing the damage or cycling the card, so I'm guessing that there's no check to make sure it's in your hand.
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Re: The SVN, nightly builds and biweekly betas

Postby friarsol » 07 Jul 2012, 13:06

moomarc wrote:While trying to get Spelltwine working I came across a small issue with Cycle abilities. When I used Spelltwine to target a Flame Jet, when it copied the spell I was given a choice between dealing the damage or cycling the card, so I'm guessing that there's no check to make sure it's in your hand.
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        sb.append("AB$ Draw | Cost$ ");
        sb.append(cycleCost);
        sb.append(" Discard<1/CARDNAME> | ActivationZone$ Hand | PrecostDesc$ Cycling ");
        sb.append("| SpellDescription$ Draw a card.");
Since it says cast, you shouldn't be able to choose abilities however.
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Re: The SVN, nightly builds and biweekly betas

Postby jendave » 08 Jul 2012, 09:08

Rob Cashwalker wrote:jendave -

Is there any script we could run through PHP or something on the cardforge.org server to automate the snapshot build process on a daily basis?
You should be able to set up a simple cron job to do the svn update and run maven.
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Re: The SVN, nightly builds and biweekly betas

Postby Chris H. » 08 Jul 2012, 11:27

It looks like SVN rev 16122 changed the .project file and a new plug-in(s) was added. I see that Eclipse states:

build.properties does not exist
Plug-in Problem
 
The project will build and run without the new plug-in(s) from what I can tell.

Looking at the .project file we have several new lines:

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<buildCommand>
<name>org.eclipse.pde.ManifestBuilder</name>
<arguments>
</arguments>
</buildCommand>
<buildCommand>
<name>org.eclipse.pde.SchemaBuilder</name>
<arguments>
</arguments>
</buildCommand>
 
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<nature>org.eclipse.pde.PluginNature</nature>
 
So, what do I and others have to do to get these missing new plug-in(s) installed? :)


EDIT

Did a quick google search.

Looks like the Manifest and Schema builders are not necessarily a required component.

While they may be somewhat similar to findbugs and checkstyle there may not be a report for the Manifest and Schema builders. Not sure as I have not had a chance to really check this any further.
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