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Re: [core-updates-frozen] Attempt julia@1.6.4 (upgrade)

From: Maxim Cournoyer
Subject: Re: [core-updates-frozen] Attempt julia@1.6.4 (upgrade)
Date: Mon, 13 Dec 2021 22:20:27 -0500
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Hi Simon,

zimoun <> writes:

> Hi,
> First, I am not convinced that upgrade Julia from 1.6.3 to 1.6.4 is
> something to do now; especially when the branch is “frozen”.  Using
> patches #52117 [1], all failures are fixed for 1.6.3.
> 1:
> Here a rough attempt which replaces the source of 1.6.3 by 1.6.4 and
> many tests are deeply broken (broken precompile is not a good sign, at
> all ;-)).  Well, it seems expected regarding the complexity of the Julia
> stack. :-)
> Therefore, the upgrade requires various other upgrades elsewhere and
> probably some fixes with couple of patches.  As it had been for previous
> Julia upgrades. :-)
> Then, using this upgraded julia@1.6.4, there is a high probability that
> many julia-* packages would be broken too and thus they would require
> fixes.
> IMHO, if we want a working Julia in the delay for the merge, the best
> seems to just apply patch#52117 and let this Julia upgrade for another
> round.  For what my opinion is here. :-)

Seems I had not answered here; thanks for attempting my suggestion!  It
seems you were right that Julia (even for a patch version bump) is

It'll have to be resolved on core-updates :-).



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