3 cxx tests fail on i386-pc-solaris2.8 ABI=32

Torbjorn Granlund tg at gmplib.org
Thu Jul 16 17:32:27 CEST 2009

Dennis Clarke <dclarke at blastwave.org> writes:

  > Please don't expect me to download Slowlaris, install it in a PC,
  stop that.  Solaris is generally faster than Linux/Windows on the same
  hardware for a given CPU intensive test. But let's not go there.
You got that wrong.  It is "Linsux" and "Windoze".  :-)

For what I am doing FreeBSD > GNU/Linsux > Slowlaris.  YMMV.

But speed and size isn't everything, and the Slowlaris user experience
feels too much 1980'ies for me.  Troll, troll.  :-)

  >   Right, I was thinking the same thing. What changed here? That was my
  > first
  >   thought.
  >      mpf/eq.c  <-- this is new.
  > Eh, you misunderstood.  What does gcc -v and g++ -v output?  (Assuming
  > you don't pass CC=some-other-gcc without CXX=the-same-g++.)
  > Now, now.  When it says "FAIL foo ... Leaving directory bar", perhaps
  > try "cd bar; ./foo".  It'll work, and it'll give you the failure
  > slightly more verbosely.
  Yep .. that is what I am doing this morning. Again, I have no docs on what
  that test is doing or what to expect.

It should exit with code 0.  It should not segfault, abort, delete all
your files, exit with non-zero etc.  :-)


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