Simon Peyton Jones
simonpj at microsoft.com
Fri Jun 24 07:58:10 UTC 2016
During debugging I often compile a single test program
ghc -c T1969.hs
But the new testsuite setup doesn’t remove .hi and .o files before running a test, so
bytes allocated value is too low:
Deviation T1969(normal) bytes allocated: -95.2 %
Reason? Compilation was not required!
Non-perf tests fail in the same way
+compilation IS NOT required
*** unexpected failure for T11480b(normal)
I’m sure this didn’t use to happen.
It’s not fatal, because can manually remove those .o files, but it’s a bit of a nuisance. Might it be easy to restore the old behaviour?
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