[kaffe] Latest status of m68k/netbsd1/jit3
robilad at kaffe.org
Mon Sep 13 03:30:22 PDT 2004
Kiyo Inaba wrote:
> I wrote:
>>But, this (Friday, JST) morning I noticed the IIci on which netbsd is now
>>running had no response ;-< Looks like some mother board problem. So, I
>>have to postpone this automatic test until I get replacement or I install
>>netbsd on Q700, sigh...
> I went to Akihabara (very famous place in Tokyo where more than 100
> electric stores in 1 km^2), and got IIci (roughly 40 Euro) this weekend.
Akihabara looks like a great place for shopping. And it's huge, too :)
> The latest snap can be built without modifying any, and the test result
> 22 of 144 tests failed
> Please report to kaffe at kaffe.org
> Not so bad.
I think I need to start tracking the status on the web to keep a record
of all those regression test results. You still need to work around that
libtool issue, right?
> Filures are
> DoublePrint.java DoubleComp.java
> divtest.java InternHog.java
> WaitTest.java CharCvt.java
> ProcessTest.java SoTimeout.java
> LineNumberReaderTest.java LostTrampolineFrame.java
> InetSocketAddressTest.java ShutdownHookTest.java
> GCTest.java ExceptionInInitializerTest.java
> ProcessClassStop.java ProcessClassLockTest.java
> DoubleBug.java ExecTest.java
> InterfaceSuperClass.java ImplementClass.java
> FieldErrors.java MethodErrors.java
> The last for are trivial (by kjc bug), and some are not know to be
> fault. 'CharCvt' are reported as failure by some very strange
> reason, I have to check it later.
> Anyway, compiling and testing can be done automatically is a good
> sign for me.
Thanks again for the testing & the patches. Keep up the great work!
 http://www.akiba.or.jp/english/ and
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akihabara . Chuo Dori sounds very
interesting, in particular :)
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