bruce.dubbs at gmail.com
Wed Feb 27 10:01:41 PST 2013
Pierre Labastie wrote:
> Le 27/02/2013 00:20, Bruce Dubbs a écrit :
>> I just noticed that we have an instruction in common/makefile-functions
>> that says:
>> echo $(WHITE)Please send the $(BOLD)$(MOUNT_PT)/jhalfs/$(1)$(WHITE) ; \
>> echo file to $(BOLD)manuel at linuxfromscratch.org$(WHITE) ; \
>> We probably need to change that to jhalfs at linuxfromscratch.org and set
I changed the name to jhalfs-reports for clarity in my earlier diff.
Now what we need to do is to write a shell script to mail the reports.
There are some other things we could do. For instance, tar the logs,
test-logs, and lfs-commands directories and attach those as well as the
I haven't quite figured out how to handle the mail. The easiest is to
create an account on the server and put in a .forward to a real person
to handle it manually. I have thought about automating the process, but
am not sure how to avoid spam reliably.
Another thought is to create a mailman list so posts can be viewed
directly, similar to the gcc-test results, but again spam is an issue.
Note too that we need to wait until we finish the transition of
email/mailman from quantum to higgs. Hopefully this weekend.
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