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Test suite results for GCC 3.2.2



(Comparison numbers are vs. the results posted for GCC 3.0 CVS HEAD)

Results for 3.2.2 20030131 (Debian prerelease) testsuite on i386-pc-netbsdelf-gnu
LAST_UPDATED: 
Native configuration is i386-pc-netbsdelf-gnu

                === g++ Summary ===

# of expected passes		7357	(590 more)
# of expected failures		89	(no change)
# of untested testcases		15	(no change)
# of unsupported tests		3	(2 more)

(added for comparison)

# of unexpected failures	0	(123 less)
# of unexpected successes	0	(3 less)

                === g77 Summary ===

# of expected passes		1458	(6 more)
# of unsupported tests		8	(no change)

                === gcc Summary ===

# of expected passes		18645	(1028 more)
# of unexpected failures	4	(21 less)
# of unexpected successes	1	(1 more *** REGRESSION)
# of expected failures		67	(13 more)
# of unsupported tests		46	(9 more)

(added for comparison)

# of unresolved testcases	0	(8 fewer)

                === objc Summary ===

# of expected passes		1035	(1 less)
# of expected failures		6	(no change)

                === libstdc++-v3 Summary ===

# of expected passes		421	(90 more)
# of unexpected successes	10	(1 more *** REGRESSION)
# of expected failures		16	(no change)
# of unsupported tests		6	(no change)

(added for comparison)

# of unexpected failures	0	(12 less)

As you can see, apart from a couple of regressions which should probably
get tracked down, it looks like GCC 3.2.2 is in far better shape as a
compiler than GCC CVS HEAD just after 3.0.4.

Note that the latest gcc-3.2 package compiles binaries that target
/lib/ld.elf_so as the dynamic linker, so they *will not work*
unless you have libc12 installed, or you do a manual workaround to
arrange for the linker to live there. Packages should be up on the
debian-bsd.lightbearre.com archive shortly.
-- 
Joel Baker <fenton@debian.org>

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