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Re: Right way to add testcase that contains shared library?
kaz Kojima wrote:
Dan Kegel <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
describes a bug which shows up on sh4 in shared libraries that
do a structure copy. A minimal test case is ready, as is a fix,
and I'd like to submit patches for both.
But I'm having trouble figuring out how to fit the regression
test into the test framework.
The testsuite seems to be made up of lots of standalone programs;
how do you add a test to the testsuite that consists of two c
files, one that produces a small shared library, and one that calls it?
Although I have no idea for the testsuite problem, doesn't
which was applied to 3.3.3 solve the original sh4 problem?
Yes, I think that's the patch you sent me. That together with
probably fix his problem. I just now verified that those
two patches when applied to gcc-3.3.2 don't introduce any new
regressions on sh4, and am about to verify they fix his problem.
At some point soon I'll also test gcc-3.3.3 and gcc-3.4 snapshots,
time permitting. (This is all a spare time project now; I no longer
work for the company that originally had me supporting gcc on sh4.)
But it'd be nice to know how to submit a testcase that
involves a shared library :-)