[Mondrian] mondrian CI / source
lucboudreau at gmail.com
Fri Dec 2 12:06:10 EST 2011
Seems like you are using Mondrian Pacino. It is currently under heavy
development and won't run correctly for still a few days. You might
want to stick to 3.3.0 (trunk).
If there are a few errors about threads nowadays, its because this is
the main focus of our efforts lately. We have introduced actors and
new concurrent design patterns that were not there before. I apologize
if this is causing troubles, yet in the long run, it will be totally
worth the investment. We had to do this since a while, and now we get
to write off some technical debt we had accumulated over time.
As for building Mondrian on a Mac, you need to install a JDK 1.5, 1.6
and 1.7, then edit the script buildOnJdk.sh and set your paths
correctly for it to work.
On Fri, Dec 2, 2011 at 11:57 AM, Paul Stoellberger
<p.stoellberger at gmail.com> wrote:
> Alright i figured its the pacino branch, fair enough
> What do you think about the error?
> Seems like pentaho CI is having no issues, but ours constantly fails on
> How come that so many 3.3 builds have issues with threads?
> Julian, do you develop in your mac? How did you solve the different JDK
> problem there? I'd love to be able to compile mondrian on my machines....
> If there is any way i can help sort this out I would need to be able to
> compile it at least...
> On Dec 2, 2011, at 5:30 PM, Paul Stoellberger wrote:
> i just noticed that we have a failing test case which is cause by pure
> mondrian code :
> apparently there is some sort of assert in there.
> now i was trying to check out the latest mondrian source from perforce (from
> //open/dev/mondrian) but the code in the stacktrace is not there.... i'm
> looking at something wrong there
> where is the right source code for the current mondrian builds?
> why is this test failing on our CI but not locally on my machine? is this
> the same thread-problem as the one i posted the last time where something
> thread related wasn't null as expected either
> which brings me to the next point, which CI project is the current one?
> and what are your plans on moving away from perforce?
> its quite difficult to check something out and edit it (i get some weird
> file locks)... compared to SVN or GIT
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