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Apt whitelist request for stack #379

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BanzaiMan opened this Issue Jul 24, 2015 · 10 comments

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BanzaiMan commented Jul 24, 2015

This replaces travis-ci/travis-ci#4169.

The original text by @mboes follows


stack is a new build tool for Haskell projects, similar to cabal-install, actively maintained and actively developed by the Commercial Haskell SIG. stack is stable software and used by a number of projects together with Travis CI.

Repos signed using the FP Complete key, available here:

Package name: stack.

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BanzaiMan commented Jul 24, 2015

Ran tests, but could not found source package. Either the source package for stack does not exist, or the package needs an APT source. If you wisht to add an APT source, please follow the directions on https://github.com/travis-ci/apt-source-whitelist#source-approval-process. Build results: https://travis-ci.org/travis-ci/apt-whitelist-checker/builds/72545408.

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mboes commented Jul 25, 2015

Separated out the APT source part of the request into a new request specific to adding the APT source:

travis-ci/apt-source-safelist#72

Once that issue is fixed then this source source package should install fine. cc @snoyberg.

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PierreR commented Dec 22, 2015

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jml commented Sep 10, 2016

travis-ci/apt-source-safelist#295 has been merged, which I believe solves the apt source part of this.

Would it be possible to run the tests for this again?

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fabianhjr commented Nov 5, 2016

Hello @BanzaiMan, just a ping to check the status of this issue. ^-^

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iphydf commented Dec 18, 2016

Any news here?

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fabianhjr commented Dec 18, 2016

No news, the blocker was solved. (travis-ci/apt-source-safelist#295)

As far as I know this has to be retested now.

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borsboom commented Apr 17, 2017

Since the Stack release team (er, that's me) is deprecating the Apt repositories, this should probably be closed.

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Tehnix commented Oct 21, 2017

@borsboom what is the current blocking thing for getting stack into Travis? Perhaps https://docs.haskellstack.org/en/stable/travis_ci/#future-enhancements should be update to reflect any new information.

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Ran tests, but could not found source package. Either the source package for stack does not exist, or the package needs an APT source. If you wish to add an APT source, please follow the directions on https://github.com/travis-ci/apt-source-whitelist#source-approval-process. Build results: https://travis-ci.org/travis-ci/apt-whitelist-checker/builds/440489875.

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