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Most groups solve this problem by creating a holding area for code that developers think is ready to be added to the build. New code goes into the holding area, the new build is built, and if the build is acceptable, the new code is migrated into the master sources. On small and medium-sized projects, a version-control system can serve this function. Developers check new code into the version-control system. Developers who want to use a known good build simply set a date flag in their version-control options file that tells the system to retrieve files based on the date of the last-known good build. On large projects or projects that use unsophisticated version-control software, the holding-area function has to be handled manually. The author of a set of new code sends email to the build group to tell them where to find the new files to be checked in. Or the group establishes a check-in area on a file server where developers put new versions of their source files. The build group then assumes responsibility for checking new code into version control after they have verified that the new code doesn t break the build.
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A light-hearted penalty can help to emphasize this priority. Some groups give out lollipops to each sucker who breaks the build. This developer then has to tape the sucker to his office door until he fixes the problem. Other groups have guilty developers wear goat horns or contribute $5 to a morale fund. Some projects establish a penalty with more bite. Microsoft developers on highprofile projects such as Windows 2000 and Microsoft Office have taken to wearing beepers in the late stages of their projects. If they break the build, they get called in to fix it even if their defect is discovered at 3 a.m.
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Release builds in the morning Some groups have found that they prefer to build overnight, smoke test in the early morning, and release new builds in the morning rather than the afternoon. There are several advantages to smoke testing and releasing builds in the morning.
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First, if you release a build in the morning, testers can test with a fresh build that day. If you generally release builds in the afternoon, testers feel compelled to launch their automated tests before they leave for the day. When the build is delayed, which it often is, the testers have to stay late to launch their tests. Because it s not their fault that they have to stay late, the build process becomes demoralizing. When you complete the build in the morning, you have more reliable access to developers when there are problems with the build. During the day, developers are down the hall. During the evening, developers can be anywhere. Even when developers are given beepers, they re not always easy to locate. It might be more macho to start smoke testing at the end of the day and call people in the middle of the night when you find problems, but it s harder on the team, it wastes time, and in the end you lose more than you gain.
Build and smoke test even under pressure When schedule pressure becomes intense, the work required to maintain the daily build can seem like extravagant overhead. The opposite is true. Under stress, developers lose some of their discipline. They feel pressure to take construction shortcuts that they would not take under less stressful circumstances. They review and test their own code less carefully than usual. The code tends toward a state of entropy more quickly than it does during less stressful times.
Against this backdrop, daily builds enforce discipline and keep pressure-cooker projects on track. The code still tends toward a state of entropy, but the build process brings that tendency to heel every day.