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re: toolchain/44848: ideas for enhancing the toolchain tests

The following reply was made to PR toolchain/44848; it has been noted by GNATS.

From: matthew green <>
Subject: re: toolchain/44848: ideas for enhancing the toolchain tests
Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2011 16:45:24 +1000

 >  Tangential to this, what would be the preferred way to test general 
 > toolchain
 >  issues? Things like the one below are often seen in HEAD. It would be good
 >  to have same consistent and easy way to pick these already from the 
 > automated
 >  test runs.
 >      "programs compiles with -pthread and -pg segfault"
 >      (As an example; not sure if this particular case is still relevant.)
 i'm not sure that these need to be toolchain specific?  ie, just a
 test that (if MKPROFILE != no) compiles something -pthread -pg and
 then tries to run it (just a hello would be fine.)  for multiple
 cases, perhaps a series of flags and a hello.c?
 ... or am i missing what you mean?
 (a much larger issue, IMO, would be getting the gcc testsuite
 itself run here some how...but i'm not sure how to do that..)

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