RFA: MIPS paired single support
James E Wilson
Tue Aug 31 23:14:00 GMT 2004
On Tue, 2004-08-31 at 14:49, DJ Delorie wrote:
> We do, and we can contribute it (I have some xstormy16 tests waiting
> for such an event anyway). It's pretty trivial, though...
OK. Sounds reasonable, but it isn't very well specified. I think it
would make more sense if I could see an example. Are you using the dg-*
commands? Do you still have target tests in individual testcase .c
files? Do you have multiple .exp files in each <cpu> directory? You
probably don't need one if you have the other. Is there an established
convention for which one is better? Are there established conventions
on how to write the <foo>.exp files?
If Red Hat adds the first one, then I could make the mips one work the
There is also the question of whether Red Hat might already have a
gcc.target/mips directory. If so, I don't want to conflict with it.
Jim Wilson, GNU Tools Support, http://www.SpecifixInc.com
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