Fwd: [hadrian/windows] build broken

Shayne Fletcher shayne.fletcher at daml.com
Thu May 30 13:21:22 UTC 2019

On Thu, May 30, 2019 at 9:18 AM Alp Mestanogullari <alp at well-typed.com>

> I haven't (yet) worked on making an OS X job for Hadrian. I brought back
> the Windows/Hadrian CI job with that fix, but then tried running the
> testsuite, which didn't go well, see:
> https://gitlab.haskell.org/ghc/ghc/merge_requests/1035
> https://gitlab.haskell.org/alp/ghc/-/jobs/87467
> This seems to have brought back a problem that Ben and I started looking
> into and which led us to disabling that job in the first place... However,
> running the testsuite is one thing, but just making sure we can build GHC
> is another.
Exactly. One problem at a time. Preventing changes that break the hadrian
build from landing is what I advocate we concern ourselves with today.

> I guess I can put together a patch to get us an OS X job that just builds
> GHC pretty quickly, and then later get both the Windows and OS X jobs to go
> as far as running the testsuite. That'd at least give us confidence that
> people can build GHC with Hadrian just fine on OS X.

> Regarding the resources, that certainly sounds like something that would
> help if we are to double the number of OS X builds, indeed. I'm sure Ben
> (cc'd), who handles those matters, would be happy to talk about this with
> you!
Excellent. @Ben, let's talk!

> In the meantime, I will prepare a patch to add an OSX/Hadrian job.
Thanks Alp!

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