[LLVMdev] inline asm constraints examples/tests
dalej at apple.com
Tue Sep 21 12:08:00 CDT 2010
On Sep 20, 2010, at 9:40 PMPDT, John Thompson wrote:
> Thanks, Stuart. Sorry, I had some left-over editing cruft in my email. From Googling runtest, I had found dejagnu, which I'd heard some folks were using over there, so I used the local package manager to install it. But from what you said I went ahead and got the dejagnu sources and built it, but had problems in running make install, which is trying to put it /usr/local/bin rather than /usr/bin like the package manager did, so I left it alone for now. But the dejagnu tree is adjacent to the gcc test suite tree. Should I try to resolve the install problems? Running runtest --version:
> Expect version is 5.43.0
> Tcl version is 8.4
> Framework version is 1.4.99
> In my first run, only 95 tests passed, 516 unexpected failures, etc. So either I still need some kind of configuration fix, or this particular snap of the tests doesn't work on my particular Linux box. I'm using the triple i386-unknown-linux in Daniel's makefile.
There should be far more than 600 tests run, more like 40000 for C alone. You're doing something basic wrong.
I did ask you to run this before checking in your patch. Please don't skimp on testing in the future.
> I'm running the tests again adding the -v option to runtest to see if that gives me any more information, plus using the Release+Asserts version of the clang binaries.
> But I'm hoping you or Daniel can straighten me out.
> Thanks again,
> On Mon, Sep 20, 2010 at 4:46 PM, Stuart Hastings <stuart at apple.com> wrote:
> On Sep 20, 2010, at 4:38 PM, John Thompson wrote:
> > I just tried running the gcc tests, but am missing "runtest".
> Follow the directions there. I think the GCC test suite wants DejaGNU to be installed in a sibling directory, adjacent to the llvm-gcc or clang toplevel.
> John Thompson
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