[libre-riscv-dev] daily kan-ban update 14may2020

Cole Poirier colepoirier at gmail.com
Thu May 14 22:48:42 BST 2020

Yesterday I worked on the script that automates the build and
installation of yosys and the various SYMByosys tools until when trying
to compile super_prove bitbucket had an internal error failed to load
for over half an hour. At that point I decided to try again the next
day. Today the bitbucket is working. I had to create two patches for the
abc-zz sub-dependency of super_prove, now super_prove compiles
successfully. Given that this prevents the successful compilation of an
entire yosys tool, should I make a PR with these small but significant
patches or should I just be satisfied that it now works for us and move
on? The abc-zz dependecy lives in a bitbucket repo
(https://bitbucket.org/niklaseen/abc-zz/src/default/) that is over five
years old and the super_prove bitbucket repo's
(https://bitbucket.org/sterin/super_prove_build/src/default/) most
recent commit is in 2017. Given this, what would you advise I do with
regard to a PR/moving on?

I'm hoping to finish the rest of the yosys tools in the script today,
and tomorrow finsish the rest of the HDL_workflow.


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