[r11-3641 Regression] FAIL: gcc.dg/torture/pta-ptrarith-1.c -Os scan-tree-dump alias "ESCAPED = {[^\n}]* i f [^\n}]*}" on Linux/x86_64 (-m32 -march=cascadelake)

Martin Sebor msebor@gmail.com
Sun Oct 4 17:32:59 GMT 2020

On 10/4/20 10:51 AM, H.J. Lu via Gcc-patches wrote:
> On Sat, Oct 3, 2020 at 5:57 PM Segher Boessenkool
> <segher@kernel.crashing.org> wrote:
>> On Sat, Oct 03, 2020 at 12:21:04PM -0700, sunil.k.pandey via Gcc-patches wrote:
>>> On Linux/x86_64,
>>> c34db4b6f8a5d80367c709309f9b00cb32630054 is the first bad commit
>>> commit c34db4b6f8a5d80367c709309f9b00cb32630054
>>> Author: Jan Hubicka <jh@suse.cz>
>>> Date:   Sat Oct 3 17:20:16 2020 +0200
>>>      Track access ranges in ipa-modref
>>> caused
>> [ ... ]
>> This isn't a patch.  Wrong mailing list?
> I view this as a follow up of
> https://gcc.gnu.org/pipermail/gcc-patches/2020-October/555314.html
> What do people think about this kind of followups?  Is this appropriate
> for this mailing list?

A number of people routinely send emails similar to these to this
list to point out regressions on their targets.  I find both kinds
of emails very useful and don't mind the additional traffic.

What would be an improvement is sending just one email for all
the testsuite regressions rather than one for each test or run
as seems to be happening.

I'm not sure that automatically opening bugs instead would be
better, certainly not one per test, and not if the code author
wasn't also CC'd if not automatically assigned to it.


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