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Re: [patch] Fix parallel gdb/ make check//%

On Tue, 30 Jun 2009 21:49:49 +0200, Tom Tromey wrote:
> I'd like to nuke all the subdir Makefiles and configure stuff below
> testsuite.  It is a lot of stuff that does very little -- it doesn't
> even really do the one thing it is intended to do.

OK, I see it now.

> Jan> -TEST_DIRS = gdb.base1 gdb.base2 $(filter-out gdb.base,$(sort $(notdir $(patsubst %/,%,$(dir $(wildcard $(srcdir)/gdb.*/*.exp))))))
> Jan> +TEST_DIRS = gdb.base1 gdb.base2 $(filter-out gdb.base,$(ALL_SUBDIRS))

I only limited the number of directories to run hiding the real problem.

> I don't really understand what caused the error you saw.

VPATH.  Hopefully this patch is OK.


2009-06-30  Jan Kratochvil  <>

	Fix `make check//%' target after `make check' has been ran.
	* (TEST_TARGETS): Remove the %/.dir dependency.  Add
	a mkdir call.
	(check-gdb.base%): Remove the gdb.base%/.dir dependency.
	(%/.dir): Remove.

--- a/gdb/testsuite/
+++ b/gdb/testsuite/
@@ -170,7 +170,8 @@ check-parallel:
 	$(SHELL) $(srcdir)/ -L \
 	  $(addsuffix /gdb.log,$(TEST_DIRS)) > gdb.log
-$(filter-out check-gdb.base%,$(TEST_TARGETS)): check-gdb.%: all site.exp gdb.%/.dir
+$(filter-out check-gdb.base%,$(TEST_TARGETS)): check-gdb.%: all site.exp
+	@if test ! -d gdb.$*; then mkdir gdb.$*; fi
 	$(DO_RUNTEST) --directory=gdb.$* --outdir=gdb.$* $(RUNTESTFLAGS)
 # Each half (roughly) of the .exp files from gdb.base.
@@ -178,14 +179,10 @@ BASE1_FILES = $(patsubst $(srcdir)/%,%,$(wildcard $(srcdir)/gdb.base/[a-m]*.exp)
 BASE2_FILES = $(patsubst $(srcdir)/%,%,$(wildcard $(srcdir)/gdb.base/[n-z]*.exp))
 # Handle each half of gdb.base.
-check-gdb.base%: all site.exp gdb.base%/.dir
+check-gdb.base%: all site.exp
 	@if test ! -d gdb.base$*; then mkdir gdb.base$*; fi
 	$(DO_RUNTEST) $(BASE$*_FILES) --outdir gdb.base$* $(RUNTESTFLAGS)
-	@-if test ! -d $*; then mkdir $*; fi
-	@echo > $@
 subdir_do: force
 	@for i in $(DODIRS); do \
 		if [ -d ./$$i ] ; then \

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