batterseapower at hotmail.com
Fri Oct 31 03:55:11 EDT 2008
Ah, sorry Manuel! I am indeed guilty of not running validate - the
reason is that I have /never/ been able to validate GHC cleanly. The
latest problem is that there appear to be Haddock errors in the source
code, and validate just bombs out when Haddock reports documentation
generation failure - does anyone know how to fix this?
If it is any comfort, I /did/ run the full testsuite before sending
Simon the patch, to check I wouldn't introduce any test failures, but
of course that wouldn't catch a problem like this.
2008/10/30 Manuel M T Chakravarty <chak at cse.unsw.edu.au>:
> This is what I got when validating the HEAD this morning:
> Warning: Module `Name' is imported, but nothing from it is used,
> except perhaps instances visible in `Name'
> To suppress this warning, use: import Name()
> <no location info>:
> Failing due to -Werror.
> In other words, the recent patches introducing the core monad stuff cannot
> have been properly validated! Can we please validate every single patch in
> a clean tree before pushing to the main repository?
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