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Re: Stackage LTS 14

From: Timothy Sample
Subject: Re: Stackage LTS 14
Date: Sun, 17 Nov 2019 11:13:37 -0500
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Hi again,

Timothy Sample <address@hidden> writes:

> Marius Bakke <address@hidden> writes:
>> I've read some of the changes and they LGTM.  If Cuirass is happy, I
>> think you can go ahead and merge the branch.  \o/
> I just put everything together and rebased it all on master, fixing
> several typos as I did so.  :)  It seems that “ghc@8.6.5” has changed a
> few days ago on master, so everything will have to be rebuilt.  Given
> that, I recreated the wip-haskell-updates branch so that the build farm
> can get to it.  Once it’s done, I’ll push to master.

Cuirass is not happy.  :(

Three packages are failing (and they have lots of dependencies):
“ghc-fsnotify”, “ghc-foundataion”, and “ghc-hex”.  They all build
locally for me (everything builds locally for me).  According to the
logs, the first two fail during tests.  There could be very sparse
intermittent failures there, because one is testing file system events
and the other uses property tests.  Cuirass has an empty log for
“ghc-hex”.  Is there any way to make Cuirass try again?  Should I
disable the tests for the first two?


I’m not sure how to proceed here.

-- Tim

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