[GHC] #16348: GHC HEAD regression: tyConAppArgs
ben at well-typed.com
Wed Mar 6 03:57:39 UTC 2019
Simon Peyton Jones via ghc-devs <ghc-devs at haskell.org> writes:
> Matthew, Ben
> I've just received 40-odd messages like this one. It looks as if Marge
> is now sending commit messages at Trac ticket messages, which is
> great. Will that happen after the move to GitLab.
> Also, is this sudden wave because a whole lot of commits have now
> landed in master? Or is it somehow an old backlog stuck in a mail
This happened because the GitLab -> git.haskell.org mirroring
process was stuck. Yesterday I un-stuck it which then triggered the push
of approximately 40 commits, triggering the old Trac commit notifier
which produced the messages you received.
Regarding commit notifications after we migrate:
* Tickets will have notes added when they are mentioned by a commit
message. As we discussed earlier, messages won't include the commit
message text but rather only a reference to the referring commit SHA.
For instance, this looks like .
If we find the indirection between the ticket and the mentioning
commit message to be problematic we can certainly revisit this.
* Commit notifications will be sent to ghc-commits at haskell.org; the
format will change a bit but the overall content won't change.
* Unfortunately a mention of a ticket from a commit does not produce a
notification email. This is in my opinion a rather serious issue that
we will need to work around since it makes closing tickets after
merge far more painful than necessary.
> There may be some housekeeping to do, to close tickets, check
> regression tests and add pointers to the appropriate tests. Is anyone
> up for doing that?
Yes, I have been accumulating a sizeable queue of tickets to
sort through. I've started working through this but certainly won't
finish tonight. I have a few other obligations tomorrow but I'll try to
pick it up again later in the day.
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