[OpenSCAD] regression tests under wine

Brad Pitcher bradpitcher at gmail.com
Tue Nov 1 07:01:43 CET 2011


Great idea, Don. This is exactly what I had in mind when I started working
on cross-compiling OpenSCAD. Unfortunately, cross-compiling for Mac OS X
doesn't seem to be as well established. Let me know if there's anything
else I can do.
-Brad

On Sun, Oct 30, 2011 at 10:51 AM, Don Bright <hugh.m.bright at gmail.com>wrote:

> The windows-compiled regression tests (.exe files) run under 'wine'
> (an open source windows compatability layer) on linux. It passes 93%
> of tests.
>
> Theoretically, then, you could have a complete edit-compile-test cycle
> entirely contained under Linux, without any closed source tools
> required. You could take Brad Pitcher's mingw-cross-env build, Xvfb,
> and the regression tests, and find some server with 1G RAM that allows
> building, and you'd have nightly regression-tested windows builds.
>
> -DB
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