[nightly] 10-Aug-2008 build of HEAD on i386-unknown-linux (cam-02-unx.europe.corp.microsoft.com)

Duncan Coutts duncan.coutts at worc.ox.ac.uk
Mon Aug 11 08:07:46 EDT 2008

On Mon, 2008-08-11 at 12:27 +0100, Simon Peyton-Jones wrote:
> | I think we should not build the non-core libs with -Werror. It makes
> | perfect sense for the core libs where the ghc team effectively maintains
> | them, but not for non-core ones.
> But time *is* a core lib.  Similarly containers, pretty, filepath,
> directory...  The full list is below.

That list indicates that "old-time" is a core lib but "time" is not.

> GHC is simply a client for these libraries.  Should they have -Werror
> or not? I'm not sure.

I'm not sure either for those core libs that have external maintainers
like filepath etc, but for non-core like "time" it'd be much easier for
you without -Werror.

> utils/hsc2hs                            hsc2hs
> libraries/array                         packages/array
> libraries/base                          packages/base
> libraries/bytestring                    packages/bytestring
> libraries/Cabal                         packages/Cabal
> libraries/containers                    packages/containers
> libraries/directory                     packages/directory
> libraries/editline                      packages/editline
> libraries/filepath                      packages/filepath
> libraries/ghc-prim                      packages/ghc-prim
> libraries/haskell98                     packages/haskell98
> libraries/hpc                           packages/hpc
> libraries/integer-gmp                   packages/integer-gmp
> libraries/old-locale                    packages/old-locale
> libraries/old-time                      packages/old-time

but no "time"

> libraries/packedstring                  packages/packedstring
> libraries/pretty                        packages/pretty
> libraries/process                       packages/process
> libraries/random                        packages/random
> libraries/template-haskell              packages/template-haskell
> libraries/unix                          packages/unix
> libraries/Win32                         packages/Win32


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