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In GDB testsuite, the tests can be configured or customized in the board file by means of Board Settings. Each setting should be consulted by test cases that depend on the corresponding feature.
Here are the supported board settings:
The board does not support inferior call, that is, invoking inferior functions in GDB.
The board supports reverse execution.
The board does not support hardware watchpoints.
GDB is unable to intercept target file operations in remote and perform them on the host.
The board is unable to provide I/O capability to the inferior.
The board does not support signals.
Skip time-consuming tests on the board with slow connection.
Skip tests related to float points on target board.
The board supports process record.
The location of GDBserver. If GDBserver somewhere other than its default location is used in test, specify the location of GDBserver in this variable. The location is a file name of GDBserver that can be either absolute or relative to testsuite subdirectory in build directory.
The location of in-process agent. If in-process agent other than its default location is used in test, specify the location of in-process agent in this variable. The location is a file name of in-process agent that can be either absolute or relative to testsuite subdirectory in build directory.
GDB does not support argument passing for inferior.
The board does not support type long long.
The tests are running with gdb stub.
The predefined trace state variables the board has.