On Monday, 15 December 2014 at 05:51:56 UTC, Dicebot wrote:
Ironically not a single of few projects I have tried adding
currently compiles with a dmd git master - will add more as
issues get resolved.
Well, that nudged me to get some fixes done, at least :-)
I'd like to reiterate my thanks for what I think will be a really
key bit of work in providing rigorous quality assurance for D.
It's something that I've wanted to see for a long time:
... but didn't have the time or expertise to address, so I'm
really grateful you have stepped up to deliver this.
I'd really encourage other people with dub-compliant projects to
sign up; let's leverage these testing opportunities to ensure
both that our projects don't suffer bitrot, and that we have a
good advance warning of any unintended (or intended!) breaking
changes in the compiler and/or libraries.
In the longer run, it'd be great if this could become an official
part of the D testing framework accessible from dlang.org. It
would also be really nice if we could have some sort of link
between this system, and the project list on code.dlang.org:
perhaps a traffic-light system where a project is marked green if
it's compatible with current D release, amber if it works but
triggers warnings, and red if it fails?
Whatever the future allows, thanks once again for being awesome