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3.6 was missing from Travis / AppVeyor build matrices. #1011

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This PR adds it in in the form of TypeScript 3.6.3.

This continues the work of #1003

@johnnyreilly johnnyreilly changed the title Update .travis.yml 3.6.2 was missing from Travis / AppVeyor build matrices. Sep 19, 2019
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@@ -14,9 +14,10 @@ install:
- yarn lint
- yarn add $TYPESCRIPT
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- TYPESCRIPT=typescript@3.6.2
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suggest changing to 3.6.3 instead

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yup will do. Somehow I managed to forget to add 3.6.x to the build matrix when I upgraded the comparison test pack. Whoops. Fixing now. As far as I can assess there's no problems that have been introduced in the meantime, though I'm regenerating some of the project references test pack output again (which makes sense given the changes that have happened)

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Will push update in 15 minutes or so

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Done - now let's see how CI gets on

@johnnyreilly johnnyreilly changed the title 3.6.2 was missing from Travis / AppVeyor build matrices. 3.6 was missing from Travis / AppVeyor build matrices. Sep 19, 2019
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johnnyreilly commented Sep 19, 2019

Hmmm.... There might be a problem with some of the project references tests behaving differently between Windows and Linux:

I'm seeing this on Linux: (Travis)

projectReferencesRootDir:

      -[./lib/src/index.ts] A-NUMBER-OF bytes {main} [built]
      +[./lib/src/index.ts] A-NUMBER-OF bytes {main} [built]
      +ERROR in tsconfig.json
      +[tsl] ERROR
      +      TS5033: Could not write file '/.test/projectReferencesRootDir/lib/out/index.d.ts': Cannot read property 'set' of null.

There's a similar issue with projectReferencesOutDir.

But locally (Windows - where this output was generated) this test passes / ts-loader has different behaviour.

I'm made a fix to improve the resilience of the comparison test pack; there were a few meaningless failures happening due to whitespace differences that aren't significant. Let's see how Travis performs with this in place. Because comparison tests are somewhat flaky we do get failures that succeed on the second attempt. Fingers crossed this is one of those.

Confirmed there does seem to be an issue with projectReferencesOutDir and projectReferencesRootDir. From the looks of it behaviour on Windows (what I'm developing on) is different to behaviour on Linux (Travis).

See example Travis failure here: https://travis-ci.org/TypeStrong/ts-loader/jobs/586873598

cc @andrewbranch as I believe he first wrote these tests and may have some insight to share.

I'm going to hold off releasing 6.1.1 until this is resolved. Thanks for all your work so far @sheetalkamat . I feel we're very nearly there. My apologies for dropping the ball on the build matrix stuff; that's my bad. If you can keep helping out I would be immensely grateful 🤗 (likewise @andrewbranch 🥰)

Linking to PRs that should ship with 6.1.1

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@@ -402,9 +402,9 @@ function getNormalisedFileContent(file, location) {
.replace(/Module build failed \(from \//gm, 'Module build failed (from ')
.replace(/Module Warning \(from \//gm, 'Module Warning (from ')
// We don't want a difference in the number of kilobytes to fail the build
.replace(/[\d]+([.][\d]*)? KiB/g, 'A-NUMBER-OF KiB')
.replace(/\s+[\d]+([.][\d]*)? KiB\s+/g, ' A-NUMBER-OF KiB ')
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we're getting some meaningless failures here related to whitespace in webpack output. These regex changes effectively normalize those differences. We want meaningful failures only 😄

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sheetalkamat commented Sep 19, 2019

Will take a look at it shortly after setting Linux machine. I think it would be something to do with my changes since my changes override @andrewbranch ‘s work for project references ..

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johnnyreilly commented Sep 19, 2019

Nice - thanks!

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sheetalkamat commented Sep 19, 2019

@johnnyreilly I fixed this but I cant push to your branch so created #1013

remote: Permission to TypeStrong/ts-loader.git denied to sheetalkamat.
fatal: unable to access 'https://github.com/TypeStrong/ts-loader.git/': The requested URL returned error: 403

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johnnyreilly commented Sep 19, 2019

Great work @sheetalkamat! I've just sent you an invite to join TypeStrong. Once you accept that you should be able to push (you'll be set up the same as @andrewbranch is)

Feel free to merge in if you're happy!

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johnnyreilly commented Sep 20, 2019

I've seen enough passing builds to be happy - let's merge this!

@johnnyreilly johnnyreilly merged commit e9ef049 into master Sep 20, 2019
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johnnyreilly commented Sep 20, 2019

Hey @sheetalkamat / @andrewbranch!

I've merged this PR as all looked good. Interestingly, we just started to get these execution test failures with typescript@next:

2 test suite(s) failed.
 - 3.0.1_projectReferences
 - 3.6.0_projectReferencesToBeBuilt

Seems to be related to this:

TypeError: instance.compiler.getOutputPathForBuildInfo is not a function

Has this function been removed in the last 24 hours?

You can see this here: https://travis-ci.org/TypeStrong/ts-loader/jobs/587342045

I don't think this is a blocker for releasing - I'm planning to ship 6.1.1 shortly. But could you advise on this please?

Thanks!


Update: I'm wondering if it might be related to this:

microsoft/TypeScript#33503

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sheetalkamat commented Sep 20, 2019

It is... I will send a patch for this as we want to be using new apis if there.

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johnnyreilly commented Sep 20, 2019

Awesome - thanks!

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