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From:
James E Keenan
Date:
January 14, 2017 05:26
Subject:
Test::Smoke failing to test most recent commit to Perl 5 blead
Message ID:
57e5fbf7-75fc-c8dc-e62c-0a6e5a3fd7fd@verizon.net
The most recent smoke testing of Perl 5 blead I have conducted in my 
FreeBSD-10.3 VM is that found at:

http://perl5.test-smoke.org/report/53193

The commit tested there was 3626fc2020b81652c4b3c7dd5ef0822b194d2d5e:

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commit 3626fc2020b81652c4b3c7dd5ef0822b194d2d5e
Author:     Karl Williamson <khw@cpan.org>
AuthorDate: Wed Jan 11 14:21:16 2017 -0700
Commit:     Karl Williamson <khw@cpan.org>
CommitDate: Thu Jan 12 10:14:27 2017 -0700

     Rmv unused regex implementation structure element
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However, at the point in time when I kicked off the smoke run -- Fri Jan 
13 21:37:48 EST 2017 -- HEAD of blead had already received 11 additional 
commits:

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$ git log | grep '^commit' | head -12
commit cbe2fc5001aa59cdc73e04cc35e097a2ecfbeec0 # <- HEAD, which should 
have been tested
commit a4368cc338f9178e7f4861a61ab56710050e50dc
commit b1793c1ad815aa7190b1daead0f0d4fce340aff6
commit 92e8e65053b85a7f695f0a1b5270a3567df87863
commit 75ea5c6c82d3602be563bf9c72e8b8e2c711225b
commit 77c8f26370dcc0e16ca7c5f1b8f3bd1b99a57a28
commit 2ab076704905c338cc874079818784698cd5bc85
commit 563642b4907d9b1b6beaa96b472ae787ae81d56f
commit fc54a9b2090b5f71905241c319706e3cca18acc9
commit af4226f2469589e84d382a08a6a5242303758f0b
commit afa4768ac90fcd6a53a3661885a238d344a02f92
commit 3626fc2020b81652c4b3c7dd5ef0822b194d2d5e # <- commit actually tested
#####

This suggests that the run kicked off, as always, via Test::Smoke's 'sh 
./smokecurrent.sh', failed to update blead in the perl-current/ directory:

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[perl-current] $ gitcurr
blead
[perl-current] $ git show | head -1
commit 3626fc2020b81652c4b3c7dd5ef0822b194d2d5e
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This discrepancy can also be seen by a close look at Tony Cook's log:

http://perl.develop-help.com/?b=blead

On a number of occasions in the past month I've suspected that this was 
happening, but this if the first time I assembled all the evidence.

Has anyone else experienced this?

Thank you very much.
Jim Keenan

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