If you make another commit to that PR, then it will rebuild. I'm not sure
how to do that from the web interface though.
On Wed, Mar 28, 2018, 11:32 AM Kieron Hardy wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have noticed that some recent PRs have failed the Travis CI build step
> seemingly due to unrelated, perhaps infrastructure-y, problems. e.g. The PR
> I submitted, via a Github edit that fixes a typo in a comment, failed the
> tests on one target with a tcp-connect timeout error (errno=60).
> Of course, only PRs that pass the build will be reviewed by others and
> then possibly merged into the Racket source proper. And so, using the
> Github web interface, I looked in vain for some option to "re-build" my
> stalled PR, ending up accidentally closing the PR. When I reopened and
> resubmitted the PR, the build proceeded and completed successfully (and the
> PR was then merged, thanks Vincent).
> Is there a better procedure (other than close/open/resubmit PR) to redo a
> build that failed?
> Is there some way to get a "build failed" message automatically sent to
> the PR submitter? I only noticed that my PR's build had failed by looking
> on Github manually, a step that others may not think to perform; I did a
> quick look at some of the other PRs with build failures and see several
> with similar issues to mine.
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