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Am 18.01.2011 22:26, schrieb Borut Razem:
> On 01/18/2011 07:03 PM, Philipp Klaus Krause wrote:
>> With the new register allocator regression test failures are down to 5
>> for the gbz80 port. IMO we should consider treating gbz80 as a "full"
>> port again once the new register allocator has been merged and those 5
>> failures have been fixed (or just disabled for gbz80), even if there is
>> no maintainer.
> This is good news. It seems that we have the gbz80 maintainer, after all
>> We'd include it in the daily regression tests and try not to break
>> anything that works on gbz80.
> Do you mean to include it before fixing 5 bugs?
> This would mean they
> should be disabled and there is a risk that they will be forgotten.
I'd open a bug report for them.
> nobody knows when 5 bugs will be fixed, so there is probability that
> gbz80 regtests won't be included for a long time...
Which would result in new bugs being introduced into the gbz80 port
without being noticed.
> P.S.: Few days ago when I was fixing the ucz80 bug I realized that
> implementing gbz80 simulator in ucsim shouldn't be a big problem. But I
> don't know if there is any interest for it from users, so I'm not sure
> if it is worth to spend the time on it...
AFAIK the users of the gbz80 port are few. IMO they are likely to be
using other emulators for their work.
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