[Haskell-cafe] Failing Travis CI Build
mikolaj at well-typed.com
Sun Oct 22 15:22:11 UTC 2017
I guess you should add `--enable-tests --enable-benchmarks`
to the `cabal install --dependencies-only` call,
so that you install dependencies for the exact
setup that you want to build.
On Sun, Oct 22, 2017 at 2:45 PM, Steven Leiva <leiva.steven at gmail.com>
> Hi Everyone,
> I am trying to contribute to a small Haskell project
> <https://github.com/markandrus/twilio-haskell/pull/57> in order to break
> out of structured learning via books into some real-world code.
> Unfortunately, the pull request that I made (linked above) is failing the
> continuous integration check. You can see a partial log before. The entire
> logs can be found here
> I thought that this would work because:
> 1. We are using the 8.20 resolver in our project.
> 2. The 8.20 resolver includes QuickCheck, hspec, and
> 3. The dependencies are listed in the cabal file.
> Am I missing something obvious? Is the above not the way it works?
> Thank you for any help.
> Reading available packages...
> Choosing modular solver.
> Resolving dependencies...
> Could not resolve dependencies:
> trying: twilio-0.2.0.0 (user goal)
> rejecting: twilio-0.2.0.0:!test (global constraint requires opposite flag
> trying: twilio-0.2.0.0:*test
> next goal: quickcheck-instances (dependency of twilio-0.2.0.0:*test)
> fail (unknown package: quickcheck-instances)
> Dependency tree exhaustively searched.
> Configuring twilio-0.2.0.0...
> cabal: At least the following dependencies are missing:
> QuickCheck ==2.*, hspec ==2.*, quickcheck-instances -any
> [image: Mixmax]
> <https://mixmax.com/r/59ec918e83319a2a077ff18c> Not using Mixmax yet?
> Steven Leiva
> leiva.steven at gmail.com
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