Re: [eigen] How to submit your own CDash tests

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I improved the batch file and create a little tutorial over here:

The batch does now:
- auto detect the Visual Studio version (at least VC9 and VC10)
- take new parameters a) for the bitness and b) for CMake parameters
(this is more flexible)

I hope that this is going to work for everybody. In case you have
troubles, just let me know.

- Hauke

On Thu, Jul 1, 2010 at 2:46 PM, Hauke Heibel
<hauke.heibel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 1, 2010 at 2:09 PM, Basil Fierz <basil.fierz@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Hi Hauke,
>> Is it possible for me to add my results with MSVC 2010 x64 to the CDash?
>> Perhaps, I missed a documentation page. I would like to help in keeping the
>> x64 build for Windows up and running.
>> Regards,
>> Basil
> Yes it is possible, but it is also a little bit tricky. Oh, and we
> appreciate submissions a lot. First, what I am telling here is windows
> only. I also forward this to the list since it is rather complicated
> to find out for yourself if you are on windows. For the Unix guys,
> there are some docs in 'eigen/test/testsuite.cmake'.
> So, you might take a look at the batch file attached to this e-mail
> and I seriously encourage you to look at it since I just modified it a
> lot and haven't yet tested it.
> To submit to the dashboard, you only need to put this batch file into
> an empty folder. Afterwards, you open any command prompt and navigate
> to that folder. Next, you need to modify some of the variables in the
> batch file which are used to identify your system, your username, your
> compiler, etc... I cannot auto detect all of them -- at least I don't
> know how with windows tools.
> Finally, just just execute the batch file and go and get lunch. ;)
> In case you have questions or proposals to improve this, please notify
> me. In case you have time to put this information (or an enhanced
> version) on the wiki please do so.
> HTH,
> Hauke
> p.s. I forgot to mention, you need a mercurial installation and the
> hg.exe to be in your path.

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