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Each project sets its own standard for what constitutes breaking the build. The standard needs to set a quality level that s strict enough to keep showstopper defects out but lenient enough to dis-regard trivial defects, an undue attention to which could paralyze progress. At a minimum, a good build should compile all files, libraries, and other components successfully link all files, libraries, and other components successfully not contain any showstopper bugs that prevent the program from being launched or that make it hazardous to operate pass the smoke test
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Automate the daily build and smoke test Care and feeding of the build can become time consuming. Automating the build and smoke test helps ensure that the code gets built and the smoke test gets run. Establish a build group On most projects, tending the daily build and keeping the smoke test up to date becomes a big enough task to be an explicit part of someone s job. On large projects, it can become a full-time job for more than one person. On the first release of Windows NT, for example, there were four full-time people in the build group (Zachary 1994). Add revisions to the build only when it makes sense to do so Individual developers usually don t write code quickly enough to add meaningful increments to the system on a daily basis. They should work on a chunk of code and then integrate it when they have a collection of code in a consistent state-usually once every few days. ... but don t wait too long to add a set of revisions Beware of checking in code infrequently. It s possible for a developer to become so embroiled in a set of revisions that every file in the system seems to be involved. That undermines the value of the daily build. The rest of the team will continue to realize the benefit of incremental integration, but that particular developer will not. If a developer goes more than a couple of days without checking in a set of changes, consider that developer s work to be at risk. As Kent Beck points out, frequent integration sometimes forces you to break the construction of a single feature into multiple episodes. That overhead is an acceptable price to pay for the reduced integration risk, improved status visibility, improved testability, and other benefits of frequent integration (Beck 2000). Require developers to smoke test their code before adding it to the system Developers need to test their own code before they add it to the build. A developer can do this by creating a private build of the system on a personal machine, which the developer then tests individually. Or the developer can release a private build to a testing buddy, a tester who focuses on that developer s code. The goal in either case is to be sure that the new code passes the smoke test before it s allowed to influence other parts of the system. Create a holding area for code that s to be added to the build Part of the success of the daily-build process depends on knowing which builds are good and which are not. In testing their own code, developers need to be able to rely on a known good system.
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