Missing membar for constructors

Benoit Daloze eregontp at gmail.com
Fri Nov 11 12:23:16 UTC 2016

Hello Andrew,

in your local git clone of graal-core, you can do:

# Creates the branch and switches to it
$ git checkout -b final_membar
# Create a commit of the changes
$ git commit -av

Now you need to click "Fork" on https://github.com/graalvm/graal-core.
Once done, get your repository URL under "Clone or download".
$ git remote add mine <URL>
$ git push -u mine final_membar

Go to https://github.com/graalvm/graal-core and create a Pull Request
(there should be a green button "Compare and create Pull Request" to do it

Hope it helps,

On Fri, Nov 11, 2016 at 10:35 AM, Andrew Haley <aph at redhat.com> wrote:

> On 10/11/16 20:56, Doug Simon wrote:
> > The github documentation is fairly comprehensive but if you have any
> > questions, feel free to ask here or in the graal-core Gitter room
> > (https://gitter.im/graalvm/graal-core).
> Okay.  It all sounds amazingly complicated, but I guess it can't be as
> bad as it seems or people wouldn't use GitHub.
> I think I have to:
>   Create a branch in the Graal repo on GitHub
>   Push my change to it
>   Create a new pull request
> Is that right?
> Some questions arise in my mind.  Should this newly-created branch be
> unique to this bug?  What sort of name should it have?  What branch
> should this pull request be based on?
> It would help me tremendously if someone could talk me through the
> creation of this branch.
> Thanks,
> Andrew.

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