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Re: [PATCH] mark libstdc++ tests unsupported if they fail with "relocation truncated"


On 13/10/15 10:12 +0100, Szabolcs Nagy wrote:
Dejagnu tweak:
Check the compiler output in libstdc++-dg-test using
${tool}_check_unsupported_p and mark the output
unsupported accordingly to avoid "relocation truncated"
failures cluttering the test results on aarch64-none-elf
with -mcmodel=tiny. (gcc torture tests already use this
predicate for this reason.)

This is a revision of
https://gcc.gnu.org/ml/libstdc++/2015-01/msg00198.html
which had problems because the unsupported result was
propagated to and handled by dg-runtest differently
than expected.

Is it OK?

OK, assuming this was tested on a primary platform and didn't change
the libstdc++ testresults.



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