I wanted to get proficient in Haskell so I decided to follow An [Essential] Haskell Reading List. There I stumbled upon Typoclassopedia, while the material is great, I couldn’t find solutions for the exercises to check against, so I decided I would write my own and hopefully the solutions would get fixed in case I have gone wrong by others. So if you think a solution is wrong, let me know in the comments!
I just want to leave this here as I often tend to look it up myself and the first time it was not as easy to figure out.
When using Travis CI along with GitHub (or other git integrations), Travis runs two tests:
Most of the time you see both tests passing and you do not have to even wonder how they are different, but it has happened to me that one of the tests fails while the other passes and I started to wonder why.
prtest is a test run on the result of a merge between the pull-request branch and the main branch. As an example, let’s say your pull-request’s branch is called
fix-user-authand your main branch is
master, in this case,
masterand then runs the tests on the result of the merge.
On the other hand,
pushis run on the pull-request branch itself, without merging. So in our example above, Travis would checkout to
fix-user-authand run the tests.
A case of difference
A case in which this difference might be more apparent is when your pull-request is based on a branch other than
master, and some changes that your pull-request depends on are missing from
master, in this case the
pushtest may pass, but the
prtest will fail.
I have been doing Open-source for a while, I don’t call myself an “expert” or something like that, but I’d like to share my opinion and experience on contributing to, and maintaining open-source code.
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I’ve been working on the CSS Filter Editor widget in Firefox Developer Tools for a couple of weeks,
it should land soonIt’s here!. Thanks to Patrick Brosset for mentoring me and Tim Nguyen for his great contributions.
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