[patch] new dg-effective-target(s) for >= 32 bits, plus testcase patches
Mon Apr 10 23:39:00 GMT 2006
> Do you mean for tests of functionality that ought to be supported
> for the target?
No, for things that aren't supported by the target, when lack of
support causes cascading failures.
> A test should be skipped if the functionality is not supported for
> the target, or xfail'ed if it demonstrates a known bug.
I must be out of touch then. I thought XFAIL was for "we expect this
test to fail because the target can't support it". Are we now using
UNSUPPORTED for this?
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