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Where to raise an issue for the stm library

Harendra Kumar
Can someone tell me where to raise an issue for the stm library? The hackage link sends me here http://git.haskell.org/packages/stm.git. But this page provides no clue on raising issues. I wondered if GHC trac itself is used for this library. I saw some other libraries in the drop down list but not this one in the GHC trac ticket creation page. It is frustrating that figuring out how to raise an issue is not easy for such an important library.

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Re: Where to raise an issue for the stm library

Ryan Yates
Hi Harendra,

I think STM issues are fine to report to GHC's trac (please someone else chime in if this isn't the case):


If that isn't the appropriate place it can get sorted out from there.

Ryan


On Fri, Aug 25, 2017 at 3:06 PM, Harendra Kumar <[hidden email]> wrote:
Can someone tell me where to raise an issue for the stm library? The hackage link sends me here http://git.haskell.org/packages/stm.git. But this page provides no clue on raising issues. I wondered if GHC trac itself is used for this library. I saw some other libraries in the drop down list but not this one in the GHC trac ticket creation page. It is frustrating that figuring out how to raise an issue is not easy for such an important library.

-harendra

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Re: Where to raise an issue for the stm library

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Ok. So I got the bug tracker link from the hackage page which I missed earlier. It will be great if the source repo page as well has a link to the bug tracker. I have never used the bug tracker link on hackage before because I usually go to the package source page and it usually has the issue tracker as well (e.g. for github repos). Also, it may be good to have it as libraries/stm instead of libraries/other in the ghc trac ticket page.

-harendra

On 26 August 2017 at 00:36, Harendra Kumar <[hidden email]> wrote:
Can someone tell me where to raise an issue for the stm library? The hackage link sends me here http://git.haskell.org/packages/stm.git. But this page provides no clue on raising issues. I wondered if GHC trac itself is used for this library. I saw some other libraries in the drop down list but not this one in the GHC trac ticket creation page. It is frustrating that figuring out how to raise an issue is not easy for such an important library.

-harendra


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Re: Where to raise an issue for the stm library

Harendra Kumar
BTW, this is the bug tracker link I got from the hackage https://ghc.haskell.org/trac/ghc/newticket?component=libraries%20%28other%29&keywords=stm .

On 26 August 2017 at 00:45, Harendra Kumar <[hidden email]> wrote:
Ok. So I got the bug tracker link from the hackage page which I missed earlier. It will be great if the source repo page as well has a link to the bug tracker. I have never used the bug tracker link on hackage before because I usually go to the package source page and it usually has the issue tracker as well (e.g. for github repos). Also, it may be good to have it as libraries/stm instead of libraries/other in the ghc trac ticket page.

-harendra

On 26 August 2017 at 00:36, Harendra Kumar <[hidden email]> wrote:
Can someone tell me where to raise an issue for the stm library? The hackage link sends me here http://git.haskell.org/packages/stm.git. But this page provides no clue on raising issues. I wondered if GHC trac itself is used for this library. I saw some other libraries in the drop down list but not this one in the GHC trac ticket creation page. It is frustrating that figuring out how to raise an issue is not easy for such an important library.

-harendra



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Re: Where to raise an issue for the stm library

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Harendra Kumar <[hidden email]> writes:

> Ok. So I got the bug tracker link from the hackage page which I missed
> earlier. It will be great if the source repo page as well has a link to the
> bug tracker. I have never used the bug tracker link on hackage before
> because I usually go to the package source page and it usually has the
> issue tracker as well (e.g. for github repos). Also, it may be good to have
> it as libraries/stm instead of libraries/other in the ghc trac ticket page.
>
I've created a libraries/stm component; I'll update the stm library's
cabal file accordingly.

Cheers,

- Ben


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Re: Where to raise an issue for the stm library

Harendra Kumar
Thanks Ben! You rock!

On 26 August 2017 at 09:15, Ben Gamari <[hidden email]> wrote:
Harendra Kumar <[hidden email]> writes:

> Ok. So I got the bug tracker link from the hackage page which I missed
> earlier. It will be great if the source repo page as well has a link to the
> bug tracker. I have never used the bug tracker link on hackage before
> because I usually go to the package source page and it usually has the
> issue tracker as well (e.g. for github repos). Also, it may be good to have
> it as libraries/stm instead of libraries/other in the ghc trac ticket page.
>
I've created a libraries/stm component; I'll update the stm library's
cabal file accordingly.

Cheers,

- Ben



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