[Python-Dev] Starting to use gcc-8 on upstream Python project CI
Thanks for forwarding to python-dev.
On Mon, Aug 20, 2018 at 8:31 PM, Miro Hron?ok <mhroncok at redhat.com> wrote:
> On 20.8.2018 20:02, Jun Aruga wrote:
>> Dear Python sig.
>> Someone can you help to promote for the upstream Python project to use
>> gcc-8 on the Travis CI test?
>> Right now the project has 4 test cases  including defaut gcc
>> version 4.8 cases on Travis CI.
>> However technically it is possible to use gcc-N (4.8, 5, 6, 7, 8, and
>> etc) on Travis CI.
>> I think that using the latest version gcc-8 on the upstream project is
>> quite beneficial for us.
>> Because maybe we Fedora people are working to fix new version gcc's
>> When the python project start to use gcc-8, it is easy to share the
>> situation publicly outside of Fedora, and of course they can help to
>> check the issues.
>> As I checked the Python project's .travis.yml, I had no idea about how
>> to add gcc-8 case. ;(
>> I can show you 2 cases to use the technique as an example. 
>>  Python
>>  Ruby
>>  A project I am working as a hobby.
> I'm taking this to python-dev at python.org which is more appropriate place to
> discuss this. I think Victor is involved in the CIs, is that right?
> Miro Hron?ok
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