Robert Nelson wrote:
> make check-target-libjava would be nice.
Thanks Andrew for the response, it's still running thru the full
test-suite since I restarted it monday morning. I pulled the java
tests portion from the log and posted it here (1). Somethings tested
correctly other things failed to run:
=== libjava Summary ===
# of expected passes 2553
# of unexpected failures 5
# of untested testcases 4
In the libjava buid directory there will be a file called libjava.log. Please
Throw_2 is a specially-written test to detect targets that don't catch
segfaults. I don't think this work has been done for ARM, so it's expected.
events is part of the JVMTI testing. It's not crticial.
This is a good set of test results.
make: *** [check-target-libjava] Error 2
make: Entering directory
Is there an easy way to run check-target-libjava, from the built
*.rpm's on another machine? I have a couple other beagleboard's that
don't have the memory (128Mb) to rebuild everything (in less then a
week), but they can run the testsuites?
You can do this, but it's difficult. It would take a significant
amount of work to set it all up.