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The libarchive project relies on volunteers for development. One way you can contribute is to run a regular libarchive test on your system with the results being fed back automatically to the my.cdash.org website. This is simple to do: The CTest program (part of the CMake package) is a complete script interpreter that is capable of checking out source from Git and driving a fresh build. Using the scripts in this directory, you can quickly set up an automatic build and test of libarchive. Step 0: Install cmake 2.8.0 or later on your system. You can use 'ctest --version' to check what version is installed. Step 1: Customize libarchive_test.cmake for your system. * PLEASE include your email address so we can contact you if we need additional details. * For most POSIX/UNIX/LINUX/BSD systems, you should only need to set the CTEST_SITE and CTEST_BUILD_NAME variables. * The libarchive_common.cmake script documents other variables you may want to set. Step 2: Create a suitable directory on your system and copy libarchive_test.cmake and libarchive_common.cmake to it. Step 3: Test your build by running the following command: $ ctest -V -S /full/path/to/libarchive_test.cmake Step 4: Check the website to see if your results are showing up correctly http://my.cdash.org/index.php?project=libarchive Step 5: When all is ready, arrange for the ctest command line above to be run daily as a scheduled task or via cron.