> A QA measure for kernel/toolchain issues, sure. Many compiler bugs are > identified by compiling 10G worth of software for an architecture; > perhaps we should have a better way of tracking these, but it surely is > a class of problems that /cannot/ be identified by just building on the > big N architectures. > Indeed. Some of the issues I think of right now : - wrong assumptions on sizeof base types - unaligned accesses - dependency on stack growth direction Cheers, Peter (p2).
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