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Re: TONYC Grant Report June 2020

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From:
Marcus Holland-Moritz
Date:
July 29, 2020 09:48
Subject:
Re: TONYC Grant Report June 2020
Message ID:
20200729114838.02abf3fd@mate.mhxnet.de
+1, thanks Tony!


On 2020-07-29, at 18:39:02 +1000, Tony Cook wrote:

> Approximately 31 tickets were reviewed.
> 
> [Hours]         [Activity]
>   2.44          #16471 redo old fix, testing, push for CI
>                 #16471 try to track down CI failure, find issue, testing,
>                 make PR 17846
>   0.37          #17808 fix feature description
>   2.53          #17813 review code to work out how to do it, define a
>                 feature for this PoC
>                 #17813 finish PoC and make PR #17831
>   1.17          #17816 review, try to understand patch
>   3.93          #17818 review code, debugging
>                 #17818 added index reporting for not found items, push for
>                 CI
>                 #17818 make PR, minor edit and testing, comment
>   1.98          #17822 research, work on a doc update
>                 #17822 review test results, research, comment
>   0.72          #17835 review and research, comment
>   0.52          #17846 make a suggested change
>   0.45          #17851 review and comment
>   0.25          #17852 research and comment
>   5.54          #17853 debugging
>                 #17853 track down strange results of calling expl() (works
>                 fine in standalone code, acts like it returns double in
>                 perl)
>                 #17853 figure it out, the compiler constant folded exp(1)
>                 in my test case, comment
>                 #17853 path for hints and for the failing test as PR
>                 #17869
>   2.20          #17854 research (NetBSD’cc claims to be a C11 compiler,
>                 but isn’t), add workaround to POSIX.xs and make PR #17866
>   1.22          #17858 review, testing and comment
>   0.20          #17866 review smoke failures and comment
>  13.70          #17871 comment, testing setup
>                 #17871 more testing setup, networking issues
>                 #17871 work on change a bit more blindly
>                 #17871 debugging
>                 #17871 more debugging, find the stupid bug, try to setup
>                 m68k again. network fails again
>                 #17871 re-check while distracted by sawyer’s talk, find a
>                 couple of problems, hide some pointer manipulation in
>                 macros, testing
>                 #17871 try qemu on intel instead of amd (no better), write
>                 up a commit message and push for CI
>                 #17871 review test results, make PR
>   1.35          #17872 try to reproduce, debugging, review code, comment
>   0.27          #17884 review
>   0.48          #17894 review and briefly comment
>   0.45          #17909 review and comment
>   1.23          sec #83 read, think and briefly comment
>   2.75          :utf8 rebasing
>                 :utf8 rebasing  
>   0.60          discussion re POKp and NVs with khw
>   0.78          look at khw’s macro vs inline issue and (likely) find the
>                 problem
>   6.96          no bareword filehandle
>                 no bareword filehandle
>                 no bareword filehandle
>                 no bareword filehandle
>                 no bareword filehandle
>   2.68          no bareword filehandle, get many ops reporting an error on
>                 bareword handles (print, readline seem to be especially
>                 special)
>   1.17          no bareword filehandle, work on tests, find issue with non-
>                 IO LOP handling (atan2 for example)
>   0.88          no feature bareword handles
>   1.82          no feature bareword handles, debugging to understand code
>   0.07          review github notifications
>   0.70          review perl7 discussion, briefly comment
>   0.58          test-leak-check branch, rebase and test against blead (no
>                 leaks found)
> ======
>  59.99 hours total
> 


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