Re: Flushing DMA Buffer Allocated with AllocateCommon Buffer

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Subject: [ntdev] Re: Flushing DMA Buffer Allocated with
AllocateCommon Buffer

We have a daily build which starts at 2:30 am and is supposed to yield a
working system the next morning. Whoever breaks the build is supposed to
give away donuts to the whole team. We have a daily labeling system that
increments the build number every new build, so that our release engineers
can recreate any build from that source control label. And long live
Perforce !

Something like this is absolutely necessary when a software and/or team
achieves some size. Builds may not be run automatically but labeling and
numbering is essential. Long live Perforce! :wink:

Best regards,

Michal Vodicka
STMicroelectronics Design and Application s.r.o.
[michal.vodicka@st.com, http:://www.st.com]