ker0sin at ya.ru
Mon Jul 28 23:27:09 UTC 2014
I think automatic regression notification at least to the author is a good idea.
Probably I can do it in a nearest time. Unfortunately, right now I fail to get your code up.
Also I believe it is a good style to check commits for regressions before pushing them.
But maybe GHC community is less performance oriented.
25.07.2014, 01:41, "Joachim Breitner" <mail at joachim-breitner.de>:
> Hi Alexander,
> Am Donnerstag, den 24.07.2014, 19:22 +0400 schrieb Alexander Pakhomov:
>> I've been informed you created http://ghcspeed-nomeata.rhcloud.com. I
>> believe it is necessary for any serious perfomance work.
>> Do you need some help? What have you done and what problems are
> thanks for your interest.
> One way to help is to monitor the page for regressions, and notify
> whoever caused it. I’m doing that from time to time, relying on the
> Latest Results summary.
> Then I don’t find the codespeed software to be perfect. The thread at
> https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/codespeed/yY5-kPrcG94 discusses
> some of the things I don’t like. So if you feel like hacking Python,
> just hack away on it and I’ll happily accept pull requests at
> https://github.com/nomeata/codespeed (branch ghc), or directly upstream.
> Eventually, the whole setup should be moved to some dedicated and
> official hardware, but I’m not in a hurry with this. It’s been running
> for just a week or two, and I’d like to observe how its behaving.
> PS: I prefer to discuss these things on the appropriate mailing list and
> in public, if only for the archive. If you agree, simply reply to the
> ghc-dev list (quoting in full) and I’ll read your reply there.
> Joachim “nomeata” Breitner
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