Hi Maarten, Maarten L. Hekkelman, on 2021-01-04 11:14:44 +0100: > The reason for i386 is that the tolerance for floating comparison in the > test code is too strict (i386 being 32bit has a different double outcome for > some calculations). That is something I need to fix in the testing code. If that helps, I tried a trick I shamelessly stole from Adrian Bunk, which seems to address the tolerance issue without an entire review of the test suite. You could give a go to the following snippet on top of your debian/rules, should you need to buy yourself some time: ifneq (,$(filter i386 m68k,$(DEB_BUILD_ARCH))) export DEB_CFLAGS_MAINT_APPEND=-ffloat-store export DEB_CXXFLAGS_MAINT_APPEND=-ffloat-store endif This works on m68k too, if I trust the GCC manual. I haven't checked closely, but I believe it may sacrifice performances on these platforms though. Kind Regards, -- Étienne Mollier <firstname.lastname@example.org> Fingerprint: 8f91 b227 c7d6 f2b1 948c 8236 793c f67e 8f0d 11da Sent from /dev/pts/1, please excuse my verbosity.
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