Ah, “Project: Bradenburg”—the gift that keeps on giving.
The build server can now find the proper build node,
so that's progress.
The build fails,
because of linking errors,
which at least validates the issues I'm having on my local machine.
I make one small change to the
Makefile I know will fix the issue,
and the build server didn't pick up the change.
and it appears the build server is pulling the repository from
and not from Subversion.
It appears I did not receive the memo about this
(a year and a half ago,
I started to migrate our stuff to
but stopped because some of our Solaris build servers couldn't check the repos out from
And that's still an issue.
But “Project: Bradenburg” doesn't run on Solaris so for that and some other reasons,
Ops “moved” the repository to
git a few months ago).
So now the official build for “Project: Bradenburg” comes from
and the rest of our official builds for projects in our department are still from Subversion.
I can deal.
I actually prefer
git over Subversion anyway.
I get the credentials worked out for the
make my small change to fix the linking issue,
only to have another linking issue.
Because of course.
I swear, how did this ever compile in the first place?