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Re: [patch] ppc64 native target for gcc

I've just put my mainline results at

because it was too large to be accepted by gcc-testresults.

It was configured, built, and tested in an almost virgin environment with the commands:

/bin/rm -rf *; env CC='gcc -m64 -mcpu=970' ../configure -- host=powerpc64-apple-darwin8.8.0 --target=powerpc64-apple-darwin8.8.0 --with-gmp=/pkgs/gmp-4.2.1-64/ --with-mpfr=/pkgs/gmp-4.2.1-64/ -- prefix=/pkgs/gcc-4.3.0-64; make -j 4 bootstrap BOOT_LDFLAGS='-Wl,- search_paths_first' >& build.log && (make -k -j 8 check RUNTESTFLAGS="--target_board 'unix{-mcpu=970/-m64}'" >& check.log ; make mail-report-with-warnings.log)

Perhaps someone can tell me a better way to build and test 64-bit gcc on darwin.


On Nov 11, 2006, at 8:02 PM, Jack Howarth wrote:

The powerpc64-apple-darwin8 target/host shows no regressions for the c, c++ and fortran languages compared to the -m64 make check of the powerpc-apple-darwin8 target/host from a multilib build. The only oddity was the appearance of...

XPASS: gcc.dg/cpp/cmdlne-dI-M.c scan-file (^|\\n)cmdlne-dI-M.*:[^\ \n]*cmdlne-dI-M.c
XPASS: gcc.dg/cpp/cmdlne-dM-M.c scan-file (^|\\n)cmdlne-dM-M[^\\n]*: [^\\n]*cmdlne-dM-M.c

which apparently occurs on the powerpc64-*-linux target/host as well.
Nice job, Eric.

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