ben at well-typed.com
Thu May 19 12:15:44 UTC 2016
Simon Peyton Jones <simonpj at microsoft.com> writes:
> I’m getting this on a clean build of HEAD on Linux
> Unexpected failures:
> /tmp/ghctest/0MzM7D/1/2/3/./rts/T11108 T11108 [bad stdout] (normal)
> /tmp/ghctest/0MzM7D/1/2/3/./rts/T8308/T8308 T8308 [bad stdout] (normal)
> Two things
> · would it be possible to remove the long /tmp/blah prefix?
Thomas argued that it is convenient to be able to cut-and-paste the path
to a failing testcase. That being said, on balance I agree that it is a
bit too noisy to be worth the convenience.
> · What’s wrong with these two rts tests? I see that #11108 already reports the failure, and I’ve re-opened #8308
Oh dear, it looks like I neglected to add the T11108.stdout to the
repository before push. Sorry about that.
T8308 on the other hand I am quite perplexed by. This test passes for
me. Can you provide the output of,
make test TEST=T8308
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