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Re: Unreviewed patch (was Re: Freeze timing and questions)


On Wed, 19 Dec 2001, Bob Wilson wrote:
> Sorry, I am new at this.  I hadn't recently bootstrapped the mainline
> sources with my patches, but I have done that now.  It bootstraps
> successfully for i686-pc-linux-gnu, and the C and C++ test results match
> the results when I don't include my patches.

Thanks.

> I also tried to bootstrap it for sparc-sun-solaris2.7.  It behaves
> exactly the same with and without my patches (seg fault in xgcc while
> configuring libstdc++-v3).

Ouch.

> I hope that is sufficient, as I don't have other systems on which to test.

Since you put it that way, you *also* have at least three
simulator systems using easy-to-follow descriptions:
<URL:http://gcc.gnu.org/simtest-howto.html>.

Five are listed, but arm and mips weren't working yesterday,
leaving m32r, mn10300 and powerpc.  On the other hand there are
some others that don't support some languages:
h8300-hms+h8300-sim that requires --enable-languages=objc (to
exclude non-working C++ and Fortran parts; C is always included)
and i960-coff+i960-sim that requires --enable-languages=c++,f77
(to exclude a non-working Objective C part).

(For the record: sh and mcore still needed just one
reload-related patch to work last time I looked.  No, I don't
have the URL to the unreviewed patch handy right now.)

brgds, H-P


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