stuff related to https://forge.softwareheritage.org/diffusion/DENV/
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I'm pretty sure this is done now ;p
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This is all done now, except for swh.docs which is a special case.
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so ardumont, just use:
ok, my nix setup conflicts!
pkg-config --debug libsystemd no output option set, defaulting to --exists Error printing disabled by default due to use of output options --exists, --atleast/exact/max-version, --list-all or no output option at all. Value of --print-errors: 0 Error printing disabled Adding virtual 'pkg-config' package to list of known packages Looking for package 'libsystemd' Looking for package 'libsystemd-uninstalled'
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thanks for the pointer !
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The most recent update of the state of this task has shown a regression in the journal test coverage, which, per se, is not a big deal (just a few points). But it does raise the question of how, once we have attained whatever "minimum" coverage we are OK with, we monitor overtime that there is no regression. For instance, I think that code reviews should show to the reviewers how the submitted diff affects code coverage. Ideally, reviewers should be able to so if it has a net positive or negative effect on coverage, and take that into account in their review decisions. (Which is not to say we should never accept diffs that decrease code coverage—there might be reasons to do so. But it is a data point that would be useful for reviewers to see.)
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Thanks for the investigation @olasd.
(looks like Herald can't easily trigger on a comment, because that'd be too easy)
So, according to the fine manual (https://secure.phabricator.com/book/phabricator/article/differential_land/) the "Land Revision" button on the Phabricator user interface depends on setting up:
- Drydock repository automation : https://secure.phabricator.com/book/phabricator/article/drydock_repository_automation/
- Which depends on setting up Drydock working copies : https://secure.phabricator.com/book/phabricator/article/drydock_working_copies/
- Which depends on setting up Drydock hosts : https://secure.phabricator.com/book/phabricator/article/drydock_hosts/
- Which depends on Almanac : https://secure.phabricator.com/book/phabricator/article/almanac/