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add git-annex #519

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joeyh commented Apr 2, 2015

@nomeata suggested I add it, and this is fine by me.

git-annex is a leaf, non-library package, and in the http://hackage.haskell.org/packages/top list, after filtering out the core haskell ecosystem, git-annex is near the top of the list of remaining packages. For whatever that might be worth.

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@nomeata suggested I add it, and this is fine by me.

git-annex is a leaf, non-library package, and in the http://hackage.haskell.org/packages/top list, after filtering out the core haskell ecosystem, git-annex is near the top of the list of remaining packages. For whatever that might be worth.
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nomeata commented Apr 3, 2015

Seems to be blocked by sof/feed#9.

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neitsab commented Apr 13, 2015

What should be done to include feed in Stackage? It is unmaintained since Oct. 2013 and blocks at least gitit besides git-annex (see jgm/gitit/issues/485). It would be great if it could be picked up!

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snoyberg commented Apr 13, 2015

@neitsab The best thing to do would be to take it over following the guide at:

https://wiki.haskell.org/Taking_over_a_package

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neitsab commented Apr 13, 2015

@snoyberg Thanks, it seems this is what's going to happen thanks to @bergmark! (haskell-infra/hackage-trustees/issues/12)

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joeyh commented Apr 13, 2015

Bastien Traverse wrote:

What should be done to include feed in Stackage? It is unmaintained since Oct.
2013 and blocks at least gitit besides git-annex (see jgm/gitit#485). It would
be great if it could be picked up!

Also Sigbjorn seems inactive on both github and his own website and
twitter since at least May 2014. Sof, are you ok?

This seems like the kind of case where the hackage trustees should find
the package a new maintainer if he doesn't re-emerge.

(FWIW, git-annex can be built -f-Feed, but that disables features and is
obviously suboptimal.)

see shy jo

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snoyberg commented May 4, 2015

This PR is now out of date. Please rebase/merge with the current master and push so we can see if the Travis build can now succeed.

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bergmark commented May 4, 2015

feed is still not up to date, I'll poke another trustee to review so we can get it done.

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bergmark commented May 4, 2015

Feed updated!

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snoyberg commented May 4, 2015

Now just blocked on ocharles/tasty-rerun#4.

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snoyberg commented May 8, 2015

And now with the move to GHC 7.10, two more issues:

QuickCheck-2.8.1 depended on by:
- testpack-2.1.3.0 (>=2.1.0.3 && < 2.8). No maintainer. @jgoerzen

base-4.8.0.0 depended on by:
- dataenc-0.14.0.7 (>=3.0.0 && < 4.8). No maintainer.
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snoyberg commented May 8, 2015

Actually, I can resolve the testpack problem by skipping tests for MissingH. For dataenc, two options:

  • @joeyh You could move over to sandi, as dataenc has been deprecated in favor of it.
  • Perhaps @magthe could relax the upper bound on base. I just tested, and the package does compile with that upper bound relaxed.
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snoyberg commented May 8, 2015

Also, I just checked an actual build. Even though there aren't any more bounds issues, there are lots of packages that don't compile with GHC 7.10, so git-annex can't be added until those are resolved.

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joeyh commented May 8, 2015

I actually dealt with dataenc->sandi earlier today. It will be in
tomorrow's git-annex release.

I don't think that testpack should be in stackae. QuickCheck 2 certianly
should be..

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joeyh commented May 11, 2015

Only remaining blocker in git-annex's dep chain for ghc 7.10 is bos/bloomfilter#11

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DanBurton commented May 14, 2015

I made a PR for bloomfilter.

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legrostdg commented May 19, 2015

bos/bloomfilter#11 has been fixed in 2.0.1.0 (already uploaded to hackage)

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snoyberg commented May 19, 2015

Currently trying a build on my machine, FYI

@snoyberg snoyberg merged commit 906f14e into commercialhaskell:master May 19, 2015

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snoyberg commented May 19, 2015

I have a feeling my build server will be angry at me about this, I'm merging this. Thanks everyone :)

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nomeata commented May 19, 2015

Yay :-)

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