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Execute test fails in gcc testsuite
- From: "Venkatesan Jeevanandam" <Venkatesan_Jeevanandam at mindtree dot com>
- To: <gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org>
- Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2007 12:09:01 +0530
- Subject: Execute test fails in gcc testsuite
I am working on the testsuite for a new crosscompiler hosted on x86
While performing execute test using gcc testsuite,
I am getting the error message in execute test
/tmp/20000112-1.x0: /tmp/20000112-1.x0: cannot execute binary file
I know, have to use cross compiler simulator, for executing
But I don't know where to mention this configuration.
how can I pass the execute test because the target application only can run
under simulator, I'd also looked into the c-torture.exp under the lib dir of
the testsuite source, suppose it depend on the call to gcc-load(.....). But
still no hint to understand the syntax staff of expect. maybe I'm wrong
totally, thanks in advance for any suggestion.
Please help me.
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