1 GCC regressions, 1 new, with your patch on 2001-07-21T09:30:01Z.
Mon Jul 23 22:11:00 GMT 2001
> Date: Mon, 23 Jul 2001 17:49:36 -0400
> From: Andrew Cagney <email@example.com>
> >> The new failures are:
> >> native gdb.sum gdb.base/selftest.exp:
> > This was interesting. After two months, the GCC tree has finally been
> > stable for long enough for the tester to try to update its binutils
> > tree. Unfortunately, this means it updates its _sources_, and it
> > turns out that selftest.exp requires you keep around the old gdb
> > sources so it can debug itself.
> > Since selftest.exp doesn't really test the compiler at all, I have
> > disabled it.
> I'm not sure what you mean,
> As far as I know, selftest uses the just built native GDB to test the
> just built native GDB. The test being skipped when the just built GDB
> isn't native (it doesn't make sense). I think GCC should retain the
> test since it is testing GDB against a very large program.
There is no "just-built" gdb. GCC is tested against a known-working
gdb, built with the system compiler.
- Geoffrey Keating <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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