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by Nick Berardi
2012-01-17 21:54
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: New address for SVN
Replies: 32
Views: 20556

Re: New address for SVN

I stand corrected. Still, it will save bandwidth being all local. Actually that is not quite true either. While yes you might save a few bytes here or there. It is really negligible for a continuous integration build server. Because the build server will have a local repository that mirrors the ser...
by Nick Berardi
2012-01-17 19:06
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: New address for SVN
Replies: 32
Views: 20556

Re: New address for SVN

You can't do that with github et al! Yes you can. Besides hooking up the obvious polling system which has the build server check for new commits, you can hook up to their service hooks system which notifies something of a new commit. Here is an example of one that sends an HTTP Post on commit. http...
by Nick Berardi
2012-01-17 16:46
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: New address for SVN
Replies: 32
Views: 20556

Re: New address for SVN

Hi Bill, Thanks for posting this notification. Very interested in seeing what has changed. Just as a quick question, I want to preface my question with the fact that I know Martin is in charge of all this stuff and what he says goes, but is there really value to constantly hosting your own SVN serve...
by Nick Berardi
2011-12-28 03:17
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: LATEST EXPERIMENTAL BUILD - 5.4-B2014060501
Replies: 228
Views: 143629

Re: LATEST EXPERIMENTAL BUILD - 5.4-B2011120101

Nick, As shown in the list above there were only a few changes since the last SVN commit & not sure they are critical, purely cosmetic really. You do realize hmailserver is not a very active project right? Heck there can be months & months without changes at times let alone weeks. lol I'm still con...
by Nick Berardi
2011-12-28 02:27
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: SVN Access?
Replies: 7
Views: 5793

Re: SVN Access?

Hi Bill, No actually there are many conflicts between VC++ and Boost relating to the STL. You can see the majority of the changes here. https://github.com/hMailServer/hMailServer/commit/397808535a69315b52d6b30297291915b9c39fe3 Most of them related to a conflict with the shared_ptr being in both the ...
by Nick Berardi
2011-12-20 17:19
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: SVN Access?
Replies: 7
Views: 5793

Re: SVN Access?

By the way I have been maintaining a clean copy of the hMailServer SVN in the upstream branch.

https://github.com/hMailServer/hMailSer ... e/upstream
by Nick Berardi
2011-12-20 17:18
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: SVN Access?
Replies: 7
Views: 5793

Re: SVN Access?

I have been using hMailServer for years, and finally just joined the community forum. I am working on upgrading the hMailServer project to Visual Studio 2010. So far I have been able to get the hMailServer to compile in Visual Studio 2010 and get the builder to package and build the whole project us...
by Nick Berardi
2011-12-20 17:07
Forum: Development & alpha discussions
Topic: LATEST EXPERIMENTAL BUILD - 5.4-B2014060501
Replies: 228
Views: 143629

Re: LATEST EXPERIMENTAL BUILD - 5.4-B2011120101

Hi Bill, Any chance I can get an updated push of the SVN code. I am working on converting it to Visual Studio 2010. So far I have been successful with what has been committed to the SVN, but I have noticed that the code on the SVN is out of date by a month. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Tha...