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From Robert Muir <>
Subject Re: commit-check target for ant?
Date Fri, 03 Jun 2011 12:52:35 GMT
sounds good!

just a word of warning: jenkins compiles with an 'actual java 5
compiler' and currently some things that will pass such as @Override
on interface, javadocs warnings differ between 5 and 6, etc will still
fail in hudson "differently".

My idea for this was that if I got Uwe to drink a 34oz beer at lucene
revolution, maybe I could talk him into the idea of us switching over
to java 6 in trunk while he was vulnerable... but we all know what
happened :)

On Fri, Jun 3, 2011 at 8:41 AM, Dawid Weiss <> wrote:
> I've just committed a boo that failed on javadoc. I _did_ run ant test
> before and Eclipse didn't complain about it (even though I have
> javadoc parsing enabled). Can I propose that we add an aggregator
> target that will aggregate checks happening on jenkins (is there one
> already)? I'm thinking of a dummy target like:
> <target name="commit-check" depends="clean, test, javadocs" />
> so that once you run that you can be 99% confident you're not screwing
> something up on the build server. If this sounds good, I'll commit it
> in (add any other things you think should be there).
> Dawid
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