Interpreting gcc-3.3 "make check" results
Thu Jun 12 16:00:00 GMT 2003
Dan Kegel wrote:
> Ahh. I feel *much* better now. I actually gcc's "make check"
> against a ppc750 system remotely. Life is wonderful!
> But now I have to interpret the results, and they're not all good.
> I'm testing gcc-3.3/glibc-2.3.2, and I forgot to use the -k option
> to 'make check', so it terminated on the first failure.
-k is a new one for me. When did it appear?
Unfortunately, I don't have any magic recipe for dealing with test
failures. It seems that you just need to look at them one at a time and
figure out what went wrong, and then decide what to do about it.
> What madman uses real-valued template parameters?
The kind of madman who writes testsuites. There's one for C that takes
a long long, casts it to a function pointer and calls through it. Or
something like that. It seemed screwier than that sounds.
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