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Re: g77 -ieee crash in 1.0.3a
- To: d dot love at dl dot ac dot uk
- Subject: Re: g77 -ieee crash in 1.0.3a
- From: Craig Burley <burley at gnu dot org>
- Date: Thu, 30 Jul 1998 05:56:10 -0400 (EDT)
- Cc: lindahl at cs dot virginia dot edu, egcs-patches at cygnus dot com, toon at moene dot indiv dot nluug dot nl
- Cc: burley at gnu dot org
>>>>>> "Craig" == Craig Burley <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Craig> Dave, could you add this test case to g77.f-torture/compile
> Craig> as, say, 980729-0.f?
>Afraid I still don't know how to operate the system-specifc/
>option-specifc testcases. I'll look into it as soon as I can and try
>to act Tcl-ish.
I'd say don't worry about it for now, stuff it in anyway (not the 1.1
branch for sure, which I forgot to mention; 1.1's test suite is frozen),
and we'll worry later about it.
In particular, -mieee should be one of the options that gets exercised
for *all* tests on Alphas, at least for the g77 tests (but why stop
there?!). The commentary already mentions it, so that's taken care
of. And if we have to simply stuff a .x file in for it someday to
just take care of that case, we can do that, but I'd rather get the
test in to the mainline (just so I can stop worrying about it) and
deal with -mieee later.
>BTW, I don't understand the reason for -mieee with LAPACK (was it?) in
>the first place.
Maybe LAPACK needs the larger range, smaller numbers, and such; even
if it doesn't, -mieee surely should do nothing worse to any code
than to slow it down. Crashing isn't nice; especially on a three-line
test case. :)
tq vm, (burley)