Meson 0.56.2 and Python39
ken.cunningham.webuse at gmail.com
Tue Feb 2 23:30:33 UTC 2021
I will try it.
If I might say — I would expect that anyone submitting a PR has at least built the software on their local system, and used it enough to be sure it at least basically works, if not ran the whole test suite.
SO — meson must have worked properly on at least the system that was used to submit the PR.
I will (and do) thoroughly test the PRs and commits I personally do — which is why the cctools and libmacho and other updates take as long as they do.
I have been reviewing, looking over the changes, checking to build logs and checking the installed files on the PRs before I commit them.
Sometimes, I miss things — out of 150 PRs committed, Ryan and Josh have found corrections (revbumps, etc) in three or four. So I accept that rate.
But I do not expect to find massive broken changes submitted as PRs (we have been seeing some of that at times, hopefully I caught most of it), or otherwise wholly untested PRs that are thrown up without even a passing local build.
That is asking too much of PR reviewers to have absolutely no trust in the PR submitters.
> On Feb 2, 2021, at 2:32 PM, Craig Treleaven <ctreleaven at cogeco.ca> wrote:
> It might be that the meson update and/or the switch to python39 has broken builds on older Mac OS versions. Specifically, I updated dav1d to 0.8.1 and it no longer configures successfully on 10.9 and older versions. Upstream says that the now-failing configure test (a simple test to see if the compiler can create an executable) has not changed.
> Am I the only one seeing this?
> The meson project doesn’t seem to have a change log and I haven’t waded through all of the commits between versions. Is there a test suite with meson? Have we checked it?
> Tomorrow, I think I’m going to try to bring up some VM’s and see if meson-log.txt has anything interesting on a failing OS version.
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