EAP iteration period?

Whats the current iteration period for this new EAP ? Are you guys
aiming at weekly EAP builds or is it currently still more like 3-4 week
iterations?

I've got the cookie hall ready :)

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Hello Mark,

MD> Whats the current iteration period for this new EAP ? Are you guys
MD> aiming at weekly EAP builds or is it currently still more like 3-4
MD> week iterations?
MD>
MD> I've got the cookie hall ready :)

Yep, we're aiming at weekly iterations. And maybe (no promises, though) even
nightly builds.

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Dmitry Jemerov
Software Developer
JetBrains, Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


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Dmitry Jemerov (JetBrains) wrote on 13/02/06 22:11:

Yep, we're aiming at weekly iterations. And maybe (no promises, though)
even nightly builds.


Nice - is IDEA being built by the new build engine at all? Would be
great to see a live web-facing site of that to watch builds (mmm, JIRA
integration somehow would rock as well).

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Hello Mark,

>> Yep, we're aiming at weekly iterations. And maybe (no promises,
>> though) even nightly builds.
>>
MD> Nice - is IDEA being built by the new build engine at all? Would be
MD> great to see a live web-facing site of that to watch builds (mmm,
MD> JIRA integration somehow would rock as well).

Yes, IDEA builds were moved to the build server as soon as it became possible
at all (several months ago). As for making the build server Web UI public,
I'm not sure if the management would be OK with exposing so much information
about the IDEA source code and development process (in particular, all check-ins
with comments and lists of changed files would be visible).

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Dmitry Jemerov
Software Developer
JetBrains, Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


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Dmitry Jemerov (JetBrains) wrote on 13/02/06 22:48:

UI public, I'm not sure if the management would be OK with exposing so
much information about the IDEA source code and development process (in
particular, all check-ins with comments and lists of changed files would
be visible).


Understandable, maybe it identifies an area of useful functionality
thou, like an API, portlet, or something that could be embedded in some
public facing site.

I image say looking looking at www.intellij.net/eap and seeing content
sourced from the build engine, automatically updated with the current
published build etc. (actually, I'm probably more thinking for the
eventual use for public open source projects etc. etc.).

Looking forward to trying it out, along with the next EAP build :)


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