Re: Packages which do not compile
Alex Perry <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Kurt Roeckx wrote:
>>On Mon, May 10, 2004 at 12:35:20PM -0700, Alex Perry wrote:
>>> I am still unable to compile a GCC, either 3.3 or 3.4, which passes
>>> the built in tests of the compiler.
>>> Those tests aren't run by debian rules to build the package, so the
>>> fact that we're all able to build
>>> the compiler suite has nothing to do with whether those compilers
>>> would pass the test suite.
>>Actually, they get run, and it even has a report of them. See
> So it does. Is it really ok having that many unexpected items ?
No its not but what can you do?
If you have the time and knowledge please do check why so many tests
fail. But the last upload seems to have fixed nearly all.
>>From the 3.4 build for gcc it says:
>> === gcc Summary ===
>># of expected passes 731
>># of unexpected failures 17981
>># of unexpected successes 43
>># of expected failures 15
>># of unresolved testcases 5349
>># of untested testcases 322
>># of unsupported tests 300
> === gcc Summary ===
> # of expected passes 24193
> # of unexpected failures 8
Much better. But still worth investigating those 8 if you are bored.
> # of expected failures 69
> # of unresolved testcases 4
> # of untested testcases 7
> # of unsupported tests 268
> ... different ...