andrey.mokhov at newcastle.ac.uk
Thu Oct 19 23:06:21 UTC 2017
> Well, the GitHub repo will still exist. Is that enough?
Yes, but I think I'll need to do some clean up in the code so that it's obvious where to look for answers. For example, here is a random comment from a Hadrian source file:
-- Objdump is only required on OpenBSD and AIX, as mentioned in #211.
The reader might confuse this with GHC ticket #211, so I guess this should be replaced with a full link https://github.com/snowleopard/hadrian/issues/211. There may be other potential pitfalls, but hopefully nothing difficult to handle.
I've created an issue to discuss and prepare for the merge: https://github.com/snowleopard/hadrian/issues/440.
From: Ben Gamari [mailto:ben at well-typed.com]
Sent: 19 October 2017 21:50
To: Andrey Mokhov <andrey.mokhov at newcastle.ac.uk>; Boespflug, Mathieu <m at tweag.io>
Cc: Jonas Pfenniger Chevalier <jonas.chevalier at tweag.io>; Manuel M T Chakravarty <manuel.chakravarty at tweag.io>; ghc-devs <ghc-devs at haskell.org>
Subject: RE: Hadrian
Andrey Mokhov <andrey.mokhov at newcastle.ac.uk> writes:
> Thanks Ben,
> Just to clarify: By history I mean not just commits, but GitHub issues
> and PRs as well -- together they contain a lot of valuable interlinked
> information for GHC/Hadrian developers.
Well, the GitHub repo will still exist. Is that enough?
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