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Re: Testsuite patch for Solaris 10

Janis Johnson wrote:

On Mon, Nov 15, 2004 at 05:20:26PM -0800, Mark Mitchell wrote:

Joseph S. Myers wrote:

On Mon, 15 Nov 2004, Janis Johnson wrote:

{ dg-skip-if message { targets } { include } { exclude } }

The following would skip a test on an i?86 target when -m64 is one of
the command-line options.  The dg-do target list could specify all
targets on which to run the test.

{ dg-skip-if "" { i?86 } { "*" } { "-m64" } }

This has the advantage of looking like dg-xfail-if.

It also has the advantage of being such that the same dg-skip-if specification would naturally be used both for the x86-only tests which have plain dg-forbid-option and for the tests with special options on x86 that condition dg-forbid-option on being a x86 target. It looks good to me as a dg-forbid-option replacement.

I agree.

Mark and Joseph, how's this? Tested on powerpc64-unknown-linux-gnu
with -m32 and -m64 just to make sure nothing weird happened, and with
contrived tests using dg-skip-if. Eventually I hope to document all
of the dg- directives used in GCC tests.

I like it. And I really appreciate that you made the changes to the existing tests yourself!

Mark Mitchell
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