----- Original Message -----
From: "nicolas mailhot"
To: "Jakub Cajka" <jcajka(a)redhat.com>
Cc: golang(a)lists.fedoraproject.org, "Development discussions related to Fedora"
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2018 2:22:26 PM
Subject: Re: F28 System Wide Change: Golang 1.10a
So, to be more scientific, I did a complete rebuild from scratch of my Go
spec stash in rawhide, both with Go 1.10 and forcing the previous Go 1.9.2
(about 300 packages, some of which are not supposed to build yet because I
still need to finish the unbundling and bootstraping of docker in addition
to consul, etcd, cobra and runc)
I have 58 more packages failing with Go 1.10 (though some are probably
fallouts that depend on a packages Go 1.10 does not like). Starting with
Google’s own golang.og/x/debug!
Maybe Go 1.10 is not ready for use yet?
Have you investigated the build failures to have such strong claim?
I'm finishing going through distro wide rebuild(all ~500 packages) and roughly 74
packages are failing to build. Nearly all build failures are caused by
errors(inefficiencies) in the packages code or stale/inactive packagers, with no direct
relation to the go compiler itself. I see less than 1% of packages that look like
candidates for golang bugs.
I will post results when I finish(in ~1-2 days).
> Build logs of both runs by PM, they take around 100 MiB each uncompressed
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