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Re: Testing gnulib on riscv64 - replacement modules (update)

From: Bruno Haible
Subject: Re: Testing gnulib on riscv64 - replacement modules (update)
Date: Wed, 16 May 2018 10:50:19 +0200
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Hi Rich,

> $ (cd gllib; ls -1 $(${GNULIB_CHECKOUT}/posix-modules | sed -e 's|-posix$||' 
> | sort -u | grep -v 'nonblocking' | sed -e 's|$|.o|') 2>/dev/null )
> fclose.o
> fcntl.o
> fflush.o
> fseek.o
> fseeko.o
> ioctl.o
> math.o
> mbrlen.o
> mbrtowc.o
> nanosleep.o
> strerror_r.o
> sys_socket.o
> unistd.o
> wctype-h.o
> Full build log:
>   http://oirase.annexia.org/tmp/build.log
> We're using glibc 2.27.9000-7.fc28.riscv64 from Fedora, and the latest
> gnulib from git.
> It looks like the glob.o bug has been fixed

Yes. And for the rest of the .o files, the explanations from my previous
analysis [1] hold.

> but there is still a lot of investigation to be done.

No, the other issues are known Linux or glibc problems that are not likely
to be fixed soon.

> BTW the real hardware has working floating point.

Yes, otherwise some floating-point modules would be appearing here or failing
their tests.


[1] https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/bug-gnulib/2018-03/msg00057.html

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