Test results gpc-20060325 on gcc-4.1.1

Mirsad Todorovac mtodorov at alu.hr
Wed Feb 14 11:25:17 CET 2007


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>> TEST	fjf779b.pas:	failed:
>> TEST	fjf779e.pas:	failed:
>> TEST	fjf779f.pas:	failed:
>> TEST	fjf779g.pas:	failed:
>> TEST	fproc.pas:	4c4,11
>> < Stack frame:  0   formal print =./test_run: line 339:  1897 Killed                  ./"$A_OUT" "$1"
> <snip>
>> failed
>> TEST	gmptest.pas:	SKIPPED: libgmp (>=3.x) not installed
>> TEST	knuth1.pas:	./test_run: line 339:   175 Killed                  ./"$A_OUT" "$1"
>> TEST	nicola4c.pas:	failed:
>> TEST	nlgpp.pas:	./test_run: line 339: 21147 Killed                  ./"$A_OUT" "$1"
>> TEST	nlgpp2.pas:	13c13,30
>> < ./test_run: line 339: 12038 Killed                  ./"$A_OUT" "$1"
> <snip>
>> TEST	t6334-2.pas:	./test_run: line 339: 27049 Killed                  ./"$A_OUT" "$1"
>> TEST	t6p6p3p4.pas:	./test_run: line 339:  7676 Killed                  ./"$A_OUT" "$1"
>>
>
> That looks bad.  The 'Killed' messages shows that you have serious
> problem with nonlocal gotos. That is strange, as nonlocal gotos worked
> fine for me and other folks.  Are you sure that you correctly applied patches?
> Also, is it fresh build (just after patching) or you patched
> failed build and re-run make?

It is a fresh build. I have completely re-done unapcking archive gcc, then 
gpc, then both patches.

But I do have a PAX-extended kernel, though. Maybe nonlocal gotos hurt 
that. I will try to bypass PAX and redo some tests.

Mirsad







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