Right. They should be changed back to FAILs (I don't see anyone
complaining about how the removal of XFAILs also the passes to increase :-).
On Thu, 24 Oct 2002 17:57:10 -0400, Andrew Cagney <email@example.com> said:
I think Elena mentioned KFAIL.
Yeah, she did, I just glossed over that the first time I read her
Any way, that is want you want to use - you'll need to bug report
any failures though.
A fairly good definition is:
KFAIL == bug, in GDB, something to fix.
XFAIL == bug, not in GDB (kernel, debug info, linker, ...), something
Ah, I see, thanks. And then FAIL == regression in GDB? Then
doubtless XFAIL is being overused, so they should be changed to KFAIL