[FFmpeg-devel] A new FATE

Ramiro Polla ramiro.polla
Tue Aug 3 01:05:05 CEST 2010

2010/8/1 M?ns Rullg?rd <mans at mansr.com>:
> Ramiro Polla <ramiro.polla at gmail.com> writes:
>> 2010/7/30 M?ns Rullg?rd <mans at mansr.com>:
>>> Everything required on the client side is in FFmpeg svn, and the
>>> source code for the server side is available from git at
>>> http://git.mansr.com/?p=fateweb or git://git.mansr.com/fateweb
>> One other thing I didn't like about Mike's FATE was that it was hard
>> to analyze the generated data locally. I'm trying to set up a local
>> fateweb server to test the results but I haven't succeeded. The last
>> error I got was "Use of uninitialized value $ENV{"FATEWEB_CONFIG"} in
>> string at FATE.pm line 23." in the server logs. Could you please give
>> us a quick description on how to set up a local server?
> There are two things to do:
> 1. Feed the reports to a local copy of the fate-recv.sh script. ?It
> requires the environment variables FATEDIR and FATE_USER (sorry about
> the inconsistent underscore) respectively to the directory you wish to
> store reports and an arbitrary name. ?These can simply be exported in
> the fate.sh config file.
> 2. Configure your favourite web server to run the *.cgi scripts as,
> you guessed it, CGI scripts. ?Two environment variables are required
> here:
> ?- FATEWEB_CONFIG: a Perl file which sets $fatedir to the same
> ? directory as FATEDIR in step 1. ?Some other settings are possible
> ? but not required.
> ?- PERL5LIB: This the Perl module search patch which must contain the
> ? directory of FATE.pm.
> That should be all. ?Note that I have made much less effort into
> making the server side ultra-portable, so you may need to install some
> extra tools to make it work.

Thanks, I got it now.

BTW do you plan on supporting sortable tables? If so, what method is
preferred? (I don't know much about this but I've seen some
javascripts that sort tables)

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