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Cirrus Link Checker #2758

kodebach opened this issue Jun 7, 2019 · 1 comment


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commented Jun 7, 2019

The Cirrus link checker task should be run on the merged version of a PR. I.e. it should checkout master, merge the PR branch into master and then run the check. This currently not the case and therefore PRs that are based on a commit of master that contains a broken link (whether originally broken, or only recently) has to be rebased in order for the check to succeed.

For an example of a failing check see #2707. There the link checker complains about the link, which should be This has been fixed on master, but the link checker will keep complaining, until the PR is rebased, even though in a merge the fixed link from master would be unchanged.

Alternatively, we could run the link checker only on changed lines, but that would probably be more complicated.

@kodebach kodebach added the enhancement label Jun 7, 2019

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Highlevel codegen updates #2707

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commented Jun 8, 2019

Thank you very much for reporting this problem!

Is there someone who has time to fix this?

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