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Basic GCC testing question


I have a basic GCC testing question.  I built a native GCC and ran:

	make RUNTESTFLAGS='dg.exp' check

Everything passed and according to the log file it used the unix.exp
as the target-board.  But if I try running:

	make RUNTESTFLAGS='dg.exp --target-board=unix' check

Then I get failures.  They both say they are running target unix.
If I diff the two log files I see:

	1,2c1,3
	< Test Run By sellcey on Fri Jul 10 10:13:21 2015
	< Native configuration is x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu
	---
	> Test Run By sellcey on Fri Jul 10 09:52:41 2015
	> Target is unix
	> Host   is x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu
	12a14,15
	> WARNING: Assuming target board is the local machine (which is probably wrong).
	> You may need to set your DEJAGNU environment variable.

The reason I want to specify a target-board is so I can then modify it with
something like '--target-board=unix/-m32' but I think I need to specify a
board before I add any options don't I?

Steve Ellcey
sellcey@imgtec.com


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