This will create a new pull request consisting of 0 PRs.
A rollup is useful for shortening the queue, but jumping the queue is unfair to older PRs who have waited too long.
When creating a real rollup, try to be fair to the PRs not rolled up. You may pick one of these strategies:
Always include the first approved PR in the rollup. Then give the new pull request the highest priority (p=100);
After creating the rollup, give it a fairly high priority (p=10), then assign even higher priorties (p=20, ...) to every PRs older than the oldest rolled up PR.
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|Sort key||#||Status||Mergeable||Title||Head ref||Assignee||Approved by||Priority||Rollup|
|1||235||i128 is being stabilized||mark-i-m:i128||0|
|2||255||Fix __sync_fetch_and_nand_* for pre-v6 ARM||AdrianBunk:master||0|
|3||270||Don't build compiler-rt for NVPTX||denzp:master||0|
|4||296||yes||Support linking against system clang libs||infinity0:master||0|
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