[PATCH] microblaze: microblaze.md: Use 'SI' instead of 'VOID' for operand 1 of 'call_value_intern'

Chen Gang gang.chen.5i5j@gmail.com
Thu Sep 25 00:15:00 GMT 2014


Thank you for your information, I shall notice about it when trying Qemu microblaze.

Thanks

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Michael Eager <eager@eagerm.com> wrote:

>On 09/24/14 09:23, Chen Gang wrote:
>> On 09/24/2014 11:37 PM, Mike Stump wrote:
>>> On Sep 24, 2014, at 8:28 AM, Michael Eager <eager@eagerm.com> wrote:
>>>>> After check the current result log, I find many remote target test
>>>>> related sentences, do we have to process it?
>>>>>
>>>>>    e.g. "Download to microblaze-xilinx-gdb failed, couldn't execute "rcp": no such file or directory."
>>>>
>>>> The test suite uses rcp to transfer files to or from the target,
>>>> either to provide input to a test case or to check the output.
>>>> Most Linux systems do not install rcp, since it is a security risk.
>>>
>>> To clarify:
>>>
>>>      if {[board_info $desthost exists rcp_prog]} {
>>>          set RCP [board_info $desthost rcp_prog]
>>>      } else {
>>>          set RCP rcp
>>>      }
>>>
>>> So, if you set rcp_prog to something else, you should be able to avoid rsh if you want.  Most people use ssh now-a-days.  You will want it set up to not require a password for testing.
>>>
>>
>> OK, thank you for your information.
>>
>> For one simple solving way under fedora: "yum install rsh", and I will
>> get another issue:
>>
>>    "Download to microblaze-xilinx-gdb failed, microblaze-xilinx-gdb: Unknown host"
>>
>> So I guess the root cause is: I only use cross-compiling environments
>> under fedora x86_64, no any real or virtual target for test.
>
>You can see the command which is getting the error by looking at gcc.log.
>If the command is not displayed, add another "-v" (or two) to RUNTESTFLAGS.
>
>If I recall correctly, DejaGNU is executing a command like "rcp file microblaze-xilinx-gdb".
>This means that you need to have the name microblaze-xilinx-gdb resolved into an IP address.
>This can be done by adding it to /etc/hosts.  Or you can specify the target IP address
>in the DejaGNU options.  I don't recall which one off the top of my head.
>
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