mnislaih at gmail.com
Wed Nov 14 03:39:35 EST 2007
Oops, sorry everybody, I had some patches lying around from the
Hackathon which I had validated already back then. I naively assumed
they would still pass validation.
I'm testing the fix now. Claus, I'm not very fluent with Python, care
if I send you the patch to ghci024.py for revision?
On 14/11/2007, at 3:59, Manuel M T Chakravarty wrote:
> Claus Reinke:
>>> Validating the HEAD today on Mac OS X gives me
>>> Unexpected failures:
>>> This is probably related to the new debugger-related patches from
>>> yesterday. It'd be good to keep validate *break free* (or is this
>>> an OS issue)?
>> ghci now has the ability to show dynamic flag settings
>> and language flags, and that is the test for it. as far as
>> i know, we've accounted for all platform issues, but as
>> there wasn't any other test of all flags before, only this one will
>> show up in validate runs after flag changes.
> Ok, but that just means the testsuite has to be changed in sync with
> changes to the compiler - like with many other tests (ie, like those
> including type error messages).
>> btw, i've never seen a clean validate run on my system (win/xp), as
>> ThreadDelay001(normal) fails consistently.
> Can you fix that or anybody else who uses that platform? (I am
> making an effort to hunt down all Mac OS X breakages that I find.
> For every platform, we need somebody to do that.)
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