catalyst at mikeraynham
Jun 8, 2011, 3:10 PM
Post #3 of 3
On 8 Jun 2011 18:51, "Greg Heo" <greg [at] node79> wrote:
> On 2011-06-08, at 1:22 PM, Mike Raynham wrote:
> > Is there a standard procedure that Bric hackers go through when
developing and bug fixing?
> There's a little more detail in the "Testing" section of this wiki page:
> I set up my Bricolage installation with "make dev" which makes symlinks
rather than copies of files. So /usr/local/bricolage/lib actually points to
the lib directory of my local Git checkout, which is handy. Other than that,
it acts as a regular "make install" would (including setting up the
That's very cool, and just what I needed.
> After some code changes, "make test" runs the regular test suite. "make
devtest" will run all over the database and overwrite things, but I run that
only on my throwaway "development" installation.
Great, thanks. I'll dive in a little deeper when I get chance, and start
hacking away properly.