[swift-dev] Build Failures for Swift Repos

Joseph Bell joe at iachieved.it
Fri Jan 15 23:57:33 CST 2016

Thanks Greg.  I am building for Ubuntu 14.04 at the moment and typically
have identical trees checked out for 14.04, 15.10, and another tree for
building 2.2 on a BeagleBoard X15 for the ARM packages.  The ARM tree
contains repos from hpux735 while work is being done there for ARMv7.

I try to keep all 3 aligned as much as possible so frequently just try to
build against HEAD on all repos.

I understand things are being churned at the moment so will keep updating
until I get a good state or catch the edge of a snapshot tag being released.


On Fri, Jan 15, 2016 at 10:00 PM, Greg Parker <gparker at apple.com> wrote:

> > On Jan 15, 2016, at 5:18 PM, Joseph Bell via swift-dev <
> swift-dev at swift.org> wrote:
> >
> > So, I don't want to spam the mailing list if its inappropriate, and
> there's no expectation that the system always builds, so if this is noise
> please let me know.  I'm just raising it because I'd like to build
> everything to create Ubuntu packages.  I can always go off of a tag if
> folks think that would be a better approach.
> Feel free to continue reporting problems on this list. We have automated
> builders internally, but problems uncovered there aren't always addressed
> promptly. You will need to specify the OS version that you are trying to
> build for, though.
> For building packages you may want to stick with the "snapshot" tags.
> Those tags are used to build the packages at swift.org/download/. They
> are known to build cleanly and run the automated tests on the supported OS
> versions so they ought to be more likely to work.
> --
> Greg Parker     gparker at apple.com     Runtime Wrangler

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