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Re: How does standard.exp get loaded?

From: Dan Kegel
Subject: Re: How does standard.exp get loaded?
Date: Thu, 12 Jun 2003 17:26:40 -0700
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Dan Kegel wrote:
I'm trying to run gcc's make check-gcc, but
with either gcc-3.2.3 and gcc-3.3, the very first testcase
in the directory gcc/testsuite/gcc.c-torture/execute blows up
with the error

ERROR: (DejaGnu) proc "gcc_load /build/ppc-750-linux-gnu/gcc-3.3-glibc-2.3.2/build-gcc/gcc/testsuite/20000112-1.x0 {} {}" does not exist.

Hmm.  I may have been running with an older DejaGnu.
Debian 3.0 calls its DejaGnu 1.4.2-1.1; runtest --version reports 1.4.2.x.
When using 1.4.3, my problem went away.  Not sure I understand it,
but I'm grateful :-)

I have learned that, in a board definition file that uses ftp for file transfer,
you have to add the line
 load_generic_config "unix";
otherwise ftp will leave the file without the executable bit, and
remote_load will fail.  Loading "unix" may have other benefits, too;
I haven't checked.

I've also learned that DejaGnu before 1.4.3 ignores the statements
set_board_info hostname xxxx
set_board_info rsh_prog /usr/bin/ssh
set_board_info rcp_prog /usr/bin/scp

- Dan

Dan Kegel

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