We're not really picky about where this goes, we could host it under getfirebug.com/tests as we're doing now, but we do have a couple of additional requests: 1) recent-ish php version 2) need quick update from svn some of our unittests have require dynamically generated content. We'd like to have a PHP server available to us for this. Currently, the content on getfirebug.com takes a long time to propagate from svn through the netscaler/caching mechanism to show up. Because we'll be working with these unittests and running them through automation, we'd like the updates to be fast when we add files or make changes.
just a follow-up, I think we'd prefer to have getfirebug.com/tests as our place to work out of, but whichever's easier to setup.
SVN update interval has been changed to 20 minutes. Forwarding to oremj for evaluating the PHP update.
awesome. That should be a much less painful wait time.
The generic cluster where getfirebug.com is located already has PHP 5.2.9. Is that recent enough?
oh yeah, that's great. We're able to serve php content from /tests?
Anything else left to do on this bug?
nope. We checked it out and it appears to work as advertised. Thanks!