August 06
On Monday, 6 August 2018 at 10:45:51 UTC, David Nadlinger wrote:
> I had the same problem, until I granted it access to "private" repositories (as per the GitHub permissions it requests when you tick the respective box on its settings page). It was listed as an authorized application for ldc-developers before, so not sure what's going on…
>
> Either way, it should work now, although I didn't configure any builds yet.

Thx, it apparently does, but x86_64 only. I gave it access to my private repos, but I still can't change the billing plan [1] to add an AArch64 SKU (whatever that is) according to [2]. Could you give it a try maybe?

[1] https://app.shippable.com/subs/github/ldc-developers/billingV2
[2] http://docs.shippable.com/platform/tutorial/workflow/run-ci-builds-on-arm/

August 07
On Monday, 6 August 2018 at 22:19:01 UTC, kinke wrote:
> On Monday, 6 August 2018 at 10:45:51 UTC, David Nadlinger wrote:
>> I had the same problem, until I granted it access to "private" repositories (as per the GitHub permissions it requests when you tick the respective box on its settings page). It was listed as an authorized application for ldc-developers before, so not sure what's going on…
>>
>> Either way, it should work now, although I didn't configure any builds yet.
>
> Thx, it apparently does, but x86_64 only. I gave it access to my private repos, but I still can't change the billing plan [1] to add an AArch64 SKU (whatever that is)

A Stock-Keeping Unit, a generic term from retail for another version of your product, in this case their AArch64 CI:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stock_keeping_unit

I just backported std.conv support for quadruple-precision reals from the pull that was just merged upstream, have another pull open upstream to get core.internal.convert building with Quadruples. Once that's in, all the druntime unit tests pass on AArch64.

We're not far off from a working ltsmaster for AArch64.
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