[fpc-devel] -i and -Cp
Mark Morgan Lloyd
markMLl.fpc-devel at telemetry.co.uk
Fri Oct 19 22:19:43 CEST 2012
Sven Barth wrote:
> On 19.10.2012 18:16, Mark Morgan Lloyd wrote:
>> Mark Morgan Lloyd wrote:
>>> Pierre Free Pascal wrote:
>>>>>> PS: Trunk for sparc is currently broken (I added some
>>>>>> checks related to nostackframe modifier, ad
>>>>>> some CPU do not conform to the idea that
>>>>>> the stacksize should be zero in that case...)
>>>>> Thanks, noted. Yell when you want me to test something.
>>>> This should now be fixed...
>>>> If you have time to test it, it would be great.
>>> It's able to build and install itself, I note that the build was
>>> slightly faster than 2.6.1. I'll run the test suite and compare
>>> against 2.6 but for various reasons I don't want to do that on my main
>>> system. Anything specific you want me to look at?
>> If anybody's interested I've got test results for 2.7.1 and 2.6.0, but
>> I'm having difficulty comparing them i.e. looking for things broken in
>> one but not the other. If somebody wants them either by mail or dumped
>> into e.g. pastebin please say.
> You could try to compare the "faillist" file of each version though
> 2.7.1 could potentially contain failures for tests that didn't exist in
> 2.6.0 (e.g. most of the tests/test/tgeneric*.pp tests).
Ah- I was trying to filter the log and getting into trouble due to
timestamps. However I'm seeing both reports of failures in 2.6.0 that
aren't in 2.7.1 and vice versa:
$ wc -l fail*
$ diff -y faillist-2.6.0 faillist-2.7.1 |head
test/cg/taddbool | test/cg/tcalcst6
test/cg/tcalext6 | test/cg/tcalvar6
test/cg/tcppcl1 | test/packages/bzip2/tbzip2streamtest
and so on.
I'll have another session over the weekend with a fresh 2.6.1 against
trunk, but when I was running the tests today they did some odd things
to my desktop system (e.g. changing the TZ offset abruptly which might
have messed up their own makefiles) that makes me happier running on
something else- and the "something else" in this case is about to be
rebuilt because of other issues.
Mark Morgan Lloyd
markMLl .AT. telemetry.co .DOT. uk
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