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Re: [PATCH] testsuite/gcc.test-framework to check test directives
On Thu, Jan 27, 2005 at 11:39:05AM +0000, Joseph S. Myers wrote:
> On Wed, 26 Jan 2005, Janis Johnson wrote:
> > > Would the framework for testing the testsuite infrastructure obsolete the
> > > present tests gcc.misc-tests/dg-*?
> > I hadn't realized those tests were there; does anyone use them?
> I don't know if they are used, but there is or was a wish to get rid of
> gcc.misc-tests and those tests seem like something that should be subsumed
> in a general framework for testing whether a test harness produces the
> expected results.
Several of the dg-* tests were very out-of-date and I've fixed them.
They've been renamed to include the expected result in the test name,
like the generated tests. In some cases I split them apart to make it
easier to verify that particular directives got the right results. The
awk script now recognizes a few more exceptions, and prints a
familiar-looking summary at the end:
=== Test Framework Summary ===
# of expected passes 2487
# of unexpected failures 0
I'll submit the modified tests after deciding on a few key things:
- Where should these tests go? testsuite/gcc.test-framework was the
original proposal, but they could just as easily be a subdirectory
of gcc.dg, which now has quite a few subdirectories.
- Any objections to the name gcc.test-framework?
- Any objections to enabling these tests with an environment variable?
Is the name CHECK_TEST_FRAMEWORK OK?
I'll just fake it if I don't hear from anyone.