TeamServer EAP feedback needed

Let me repeat the questions Max've asked already in TeamServer EAP forum.

Does the silence mean everything is all right? :)

Are you interested?
Yes? No? Why?
Did you try it?
How it goes?

Seriously, we're jealously awaiting to hear from you on how it's going.

Whether it's good or bad please don't be silent! We NEED your feedback.

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actually I'm very interested, but I'm still lacking the time to set it all up

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On 2006-03-20 12:23:12 +0100, "AlexTkachman(JetBrains)"
<alex.tkachman@jetbrains.com> said:

Let me repeat the questions Max've asked already in TeamServer EAP forum.

Does the silence mean everything is all right? :)

Are you interested?
Yes? No? Why?
Did you try it?
How it goes?

Seriously, we're jealously awaiting to hear from you on how it's going.

Whether it's good or bad please don't be silent! We NEED your feedback.




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same here ;) will try to give it a shoot at home

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AlexTkachman(JetBrains) wrote:

Let me repeat the questions Max've asked already in TeamServer EAP forum.


I kinda broke my home machine so havn't been able to test it yet :(

(Actually, I upgraded my machine to ubuntu dapper development release
and PPPoE is broken :((((

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We already have our own build server which manages a farm of compile machines and handles scheduling, build archiving/locking and all that sort of thing. Sorry :P

Ciao,
Gordon

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I haven't spent much time with it so forgive me if I mess up. My questions/comments aren't organized but simply a stream of thought.

My first impression is that there's not much there yet. It includes some sample projects like Ant but I don't seem to be able to add my own. Initiating builds seems a bit over-simplistic. There doesn't appear to be a way to start them at certain times or specific intervals. Build feedback is pretty light. For example, when I go to look at results, there's just a page that says when the build ran and a big number sitting there. This number happens to correspond to the number of junit tests that ran but it doesn't say that on the page. The build log page is completely empty. The status page will tell you that a particular project status is "active" but doesn't tell you when the next build will occur. How do you configure this thing?? There doesn't appear to be any configuration possible except for a build agent. What determines whether a build agent is "compatible"? If one is not compatible, how do I determine why it's not compatible? How do I configure this thing to send me emails when a build fails? What kind of authentication/authorization will be a part of this? If you guys add configuration capability, I don't want just anyone to go in and be able to change things. How do I clear the history info? How can I change the name of an agent? (it appears to just grab the network name) Is there a way to get feedback sent into IntelliJ?

Sorry for the complete lack of organization but at least it's feedback :)

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Not interested.

I actually go against the grain here by not using WSAD(which is provided to all of us) and purchasing my own IDE and other software.

On the flip side, sometimes, with all of these home run/grand slam/big press features, I feel left out, because I want/need small items/fixes to make my coding life more enjoyable.

We still use JAVA 1.3.1, and will be boldly going to 1.4 sometime, late, this year(we are a huge company, so, we tend to be cautious/slow when we move). I understand the need for the cutting/bleeding edge features, but don't forget us small users and those of us stuck behind(way behind) the lines(in the backwoods); espcially those of us that are both. :)

Don't get me wrong, I really like using IDEA, else, I would not fork out my own money to use it, epecially when the corp offers me WSAD for free.

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