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bare bsps configurations to test
- Date: Fri, 11 Sep 1998 23:17:41 +1000
- From: cjohns at plessey.com.au (Chris Johns)
- Subject: bare bsps configurations to test
joel at OARcorp.com wrote:
> On Thu, 10 Sep 1998, Chris Johns wrote:
> > > hand, there are a lot of CPU families and models for which the networking
> > > code is not compiled.
> > >
> > ... and C++. For example not all target processors currently support
> > exceptions.
> So am I right in hearing that from a testing completeness standpoint, I
> would be best to build the bare bsp for EVERY cpu model uniquely
> recognized by RTEMS with every piece of code --enabled and the tests
Yes. This would be a good test. I have a script based on your bit
script, which could be changed to read the processors and configuation
switches from a file and do the builds. I will look into this.
> This would be in addition to the build of all the BSPs and tests I already
Yes. It would be nice if a BSP of each CPU type is built so any
linking issues can be checked for. For example the rtti problem only
showed when doing a link.
Chris Johns Networks, Plessey Asia Pacfic Pty. Ltd.
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