Windows build broken again: urgent
Simon Peyton Jones
simonpj at microsoft.com
Mon Dec 1 15:34:18 UTC 2014
Indeed. But each bisect takes quite a while. So my attention switches and it takes a while to get back. I was hoping some machine might do it for me.
Herbert suggested some commits to revert. I’ll try that first
From: Johan Tibell [mailto:johan.tibell at gmail.com]
Sent: 01 December 2014 09:45
To: Herbert Valerio Riedel
Cc: ghc-devs at haskell.org; Simon Marlow; Simon Peyton Jones
Subject: Re: Windows build broken again: urgent
In general I think a good course of action when this happens is:
* Use git bisect to find the offending commit. This works now because we moved to submodules.
* Revert the commit.
* Push the patch to master and notify the author.
This style of early rollback will become more important as we grow as it puts the onus on fixing on the right person and minimizes negative impact on other developers.
On Dec 1, 2014 9:43 AM, "Herbert Valerio Riedel" <hvriedel at gmail.com<mailto:hvriedel at gmail.com>> wrote:
On 2014-12-01 at 09:38:37 +0100, Simon Peyton Jones wrote:
> | Just a hunch... could it have been broken by one of the recent linker-
> | related patches since Nov 24th?
> That seems very plausible, yes. But still there's the question of
> what to do about it.
a) Empirically: Try locally 'git revert'ing
and see if your problem goes away, or
b) Ask Simon Marlow (he either wrote or reviewed those two patches) if
he sees something odd in those patches that could have broken
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