Zeta gcc tests Howto¶
gcc uses dejagnu as testing framework, be sure to have this software installed before going any further.
To start the tests, you need to install an additional package named gcc-testsuite-4.x.y.tar.bz2, that you can find on any gnu/gcc mirror. The gcc/ dir in zeta is actually the package released by the gcc team under the name gcc-core-* (patched for zeta, of course). The testsuite package contains a directory 'testsuite' that you need to put as zeta/gcc/gcc/testsuite. Then, you need to start the tests with :
cd zeta/bgcc # standard build dir for gcc in zeta make -k check-gcc RUNTESTFLAGS="-v"
The -k is to keep on testing if some tests fail. the -v is to have some (verbose) report. You can remove it(less verbose) or write it twice("-v -v") for more verbosity.
july 11th, 2007¶
Running zeta from svn (0.6pre) with binutils 2.17, gcc 4.1.2
(host : amd64/gentoo, gcc-4.0.3, binutils-2.17)
# of expected passes 22623 # of unexpected failures 7407 # of unexpected successes 1 # of expected failures 75 # of unresolved testcases 6719 # of untested testcases 42 # of unsupported tests 373
july 27th, 2006¶
Running zeta from svn (0.4?) with binutils 2.14, gcc 4.0.2
(Host: amd64/gentoo with binutils?, gcc?)
# of expected passes 18294 # of unexpected failures 8591 # of unexpected successes 1 # of expected failures 67 # of unresolved testcases 6272 # of untested testcases 35 # of unsupported tests 587