ANNOUNCE: GHC 7.10.2 Release Candidate 2
Edward Z. Yang
ezyang at mit.edu
Sat Jul 4 17:04:07 UTC 2015
T10279 and sigcabal01 should be harmless; if you want to make the
testsuite stop bleating about them you can mark them as failing but
please open a bug so we can eventually fix it. I'm currently on
vacation and cannot immediately offer fixes.
(T10279 ought to work on Mac but I guess something platform specific is
poking a non-failable lookup too early so we don't get to give a good
error message. Hard to debug without a Mac.)
Excerpts from Richard Eisenberg's message of 2015-07-03 19:26:17 -0700:
> Fixes for the T10019 and T10534 issues are in D1036.
> Edward Y, the issue around T10279 looks like your territory...
> And the first four have been failing for me on Mac for a long time (months, at least). I don't know anything about them.
> On Jul 3, 2015, at 7:28 PM, Mark Lentczner <mark.lentczner at gmail.com> wrote:
> > OS X GHC build has these test failures:
> > Unexpected failures:
> > cabal/sigcabal01 sigcabal01 [bad stderr] (normal)
> > driver/retc001 retc001 [bad stderr] (normal)
> > ffi/should_run T2276_ghci [bad exit code] (ghci)
> > rts linker_unload [bad exit code] (normal)
> > th T10019 [bad stdout] (ghci)
> > th T10279 [stderr mismatch] (normal)
> > typecheck/should_fail T10534 [stderr mismatch] (normal)
> > sigcabal01 looks like tests that depend on generated names or offsets that are just different under OS X
> > retc001 - test looks busted to me: Does GHC now exit with a process error code of non-zero when compilation fails? If so, the Makefile needs fixing.
> > T2276_ghci - looks like -Wignored-attributes broke this test?
> > linker_unload - malloc.h is in malloc/malloc.h under OS X (!)
> > T10019 - magic generated symbol in "golden" test out is wrong: 'a_1627391544' vs. 'a_1627391540'
> > T10279 - panic! (the 'impossible' happened) gual_pkg rts-1.0
> > T10534 - text message punctation change
> > There were also a bunch of performance deviations - but they were mostly just out of bounds or wildly different (over by 100%.... under by 50%!)
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