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Thu Dec 12 09:25:00 GMT 2002
Brian LaPonsey wrote:
> I see you have binutils and gdb for mcore-elf, but not an mcore-elf-gcc. I
> have written a build script that builds all the tools and runs the test
> suite on the FSF's "plain vanilla" gcc source tree, and I have found that
> gcc-3.0.4 has far fewer unexpected failures than gcc-3.2.1 for the mcore-elf
> target (147 vs. 241). In contrast, the test results for powerpc-eabi are
> something like 19 unexpected failures. The test suite is run with the
> simulator as a target.
Kudos for getting that far with gcc-3.2.1 and the test suite.
I'm still trying to get off my duff and run it here against 3.0.4 to
get a baseline. I hadn't thought of running it against the simulator;
does the simulator support ppc403/ppc405 and ppc750? That might come in handy here.
It might be helpful if you posted a list of the regressions
between gcc-3.0.4 and gcc-3.2.1. Montavista Linux 3.0 uses
a gcc-3.2.x compiler, it'd be interesting to see if they
have resolved some of those.
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