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Re: [PATCH] Fix DJGPP LTO with debug


On Sat, 28 Jul 2018, Andris Pavenis wrote:

> On 07/27/2018 11:51 PM, DJ Delorie wrote:
> > Richard Biener <rguenther@suse.de> writes:
> > > DJ, did you ever run the testsuite with a configuration that has LTO
> > > enabled?  I don't see any djgpp results posted to gcc-testresults.
> > > Quick googling doesn't yield anything useful with regarding on how to
> > > do actual testing with a cross so I only built a i686-pc-msdosdjgpp
> > > cross cc1/lto1 from x86_64-linux which went fine.
> > CC's Andris, our current gcc maintainer within DJGPP.  I know he just
> > built 8.2 binaries for us, I don't know what his testing infrastructure
> > looks like.
> 
> 
> No.
> 
> II tried to run part of tests from custom scripts (eg. when trying to
> implement DJGPP support for libstdc++fs, not yet submitted to upstream) with
> native compiler for DJGPP.
> 
> Otherwise no DejaGNU support for DJGPP. So no way to run testsuite with native
> compiler.
> 
> I should perhaps try to find some way to try to run testsuite using
> cross-compiler from Linux. Possibilities:
> - trying to execute test programs under DosEmu (no more possible with linux
> kernels 4.15+ as DosEmu do not support DPMI for them)
> - trying to execute test programs under Dosbox. Question: how to configure
> testsuiite to do that? I do not know
> - trying to run them through ssh on some Windows 32 bit system (older than
> Windows 10 as DPMI support is rather horribly broken in Windows 10 32 bit
> since March 2018)

So what about the patch?  Is it OK for trunk and GCC 8 branch?

Thanks,
Richard.


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