Phab failing to apply patches
jan.stolarek at p.lodz.pl
Mon Jan 18 17:24:34 UTC 2016
I agree with everything Richard said.
Dnia poniedziałek, 18 stycznia 2016, Richard Eisenberg napisał:
> Just to chime in here: I agree with Janek that the current requirement that
> Phab always cherry-picks changes against master is annoying. I have a
> limited amount of computing power available locally, and it's much easier
> to push to Phab than to slow down my primary dev machine for 2+ hours.
> (Yes, it takes my machine 2+ hours to validate.) And rebasing a big patch
> frequently is even more annoying, even though it inevitably must be done in
> the end.
> That said, I also agree that we wish to accept patches that validate only
> when compared against HEAD.
> So, I wonder if a diff in Phab can have a new state, WIP. A WIP patch
> doesn't show up in the review queue and validates against its own base
> commit. When the author is ready for a full review, the author changes the
> state to Please Review, which then shows up in queues and validates only
> against master.
> Thomas's suggestion is essentially "don't post WIP patches". But posting a
> WIP patch is very helpful, serving two needs: 1) Validation that doesn't
> tie up a local machine.
> 2) Allows for early feedback on a patch. Several times, I've had some
> work-in-progress that has benefitted from an early review. And I've
> provided early reviews that saved the author time from burrowing down the
> wrong hole.
> Is this possible? Is this desirable to others, too?
> On Jan 18, 2016, at 12:09 PM, Thomas Miedema <thomasmiedema at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On Mon, Jan 18, 2016 at 5:49 PM, Jan Stolarek <jan.stolarek at p.lodz.pl> wrote:
> > > If you are working from an old base commit, either rebase your patch
> > > before submitting to Phabricator (painful? you will have to do it
> > > before pushing anyway, might as well do it now), or ignore the
> > > Harbormaster validate result.
> > I am typically working on some non-trivial features (ie. rebases tend to
> > be painful). Having Harbormaster build results is a useful way of telling
> > whether I broke something or not. Even if it is for some older commit.
> > Rebases take time and if I know my feature will not be finished in the
> > next couple of weeks I want to save myself from unnecessary rebasing. Why
> > rebase all the time if I can do it just once at the end?
> > There are a few options:
> > * you validate locally (in a different build directory, so you can keep
> > using build flavour = devel2 in your development directory) * fork the
> > ghc github repository, push your branch there, and let Travis validate
> > it: https://ghc.haskell.org/trac/ghc/wiki/TestingPatches#Travis * ask
> > Austin for some special Phabricator syntax that you could add when you
> > submit the patch, to request Harbormaster not to rebase onto HEAD before
> > validating
> > Side note: I think we should go back to using Phabricator for finished
> > patches only. It slows the review process down, when there are 50 patches
> > in the queue waiting-for-review-but-not-really:
> > https://phabricator.haskell.org/differential/query/bITEu.ig1Hep/
> > Sometimes it leads to finished patches actually getting ignored for a
> > long time, because the reviewers still think the author is working on
> > them. But other might think differently, and maybe it's not a big deal.
> > Janek
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