[Haskell-cafe] I need repositories that contain commited erroneous code

Alan & Kim Zimmerman alan.zimm at gmail.com
Wed Dec 30 12:01:36 UTC 2015

Perhaps look at Travis records for branches transitioning from failed build
to fixed ones

On 30 Dec 2015 13:55, "Rick Klomp" <r.klomp at students.uu.nl> wrote:

> Hi Haskell community,
> For my master thesis project I need change logs that I can use to derive
> what changes have been made to fix certain compilation errors.
> Unfortunately so for me, good repository etiquette is to never commit
> erroneous code. However, there are bound to be plenty of repos where this
> etiquette isn't/hasn't been followed (in non-main branches).
> My question to you is if you currently know or at some point in the near
> future (new data will be useful until somewhere early summer 2016) come to
> know of repos that fit the description, could you point me to them? Much
> appreciated!
> Or if you are willing to share a personal project with me (where obviously
> this repo etiquette is much less significant), then that would be immensely
> helpful to me! I promise to only use the metadata (but you'll have to
> believe me on my word).
> Thanks in advance for your help.
> Best regards,
> Rick Klomp
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