[libre-riscv-dev] sorry state of ieee754fpu repo -- CI desperately needed
frieder at paape.io
Fri Apr 3 11:29:59 BST 2020
would setting up CI and fixing the tests be eligible for receiving NLnet
On 2020-04-03 12:24, Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 3, 2020 at 8:04 AM Jacob Lifshay <programmerjake at gmail.com> wrote:
>> The ieee754fpu repo is filled with tests that don't work because of
>> stuff like classes and imports being deleted/renamed, along with a few
>> files that are just syntatically incorrect. I've given up on cleaning
>> it up and having anything likely to still work by the time I'm done.
> commit what you have. it doesn't surprise me because i stopped trying
> to get the FSM functionality running, focussed instead on the
> pipelines, and did a code reorg in the middle.
> then nmigen has morphed as well and because the tests take so long i
> haven't run them.
>> Luke, do you want to try to clean it up?
> deep breath: if it takes such a long time i am tempted to suggest that
> we all tackle it (as and when).
>> This is something that could have been caught before it descended into
>> chaos by having CI because it would fail and someone would get an
>> email when people break stuff, hence why I'm trying to add CI.
> good call.
> we need a CI output list.
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