Thanks. Maarten,

I have to install linux to my boards first. And I will report my progress in time.

Ben






在2014年06月11 00时04分,"Maarten Brock"<sourceforge.brock@dse.nl>写道:

Hi Ben,

If you want to setup your raspberry-pi (or any other machine) have a look
at the wiki page that explains how to do this:
http://sdcc.sourceforge.net/mediawiki/index.php/Distributed_Compile_Farm
If, while implementing this, you run into problems or inconsistencies ask
for help and make notes. I can give you access to the wiki to update it if
necessary.

Maarten


> I happen to have an idle raspberry-pi mode A, and can go on with Borut's
> work.
>
> so i write a daily run bash script,
>
> 1. chechout svn
> 2. fully build
> 3. run full reg test
> 4. send the log to Erik
>
> enough?
>
>
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>
> 在 2014-06-10 19:05:17,"Maarten Brock" <sourceforge.brock@dse.nl>
> 写道:
>>Hi,
>>
>>The machines in the DCF (Distributed Compile Farm) are in several places
>>at peoples homes. They bring the test results to one mediator PC that is
>>owned by Erik Petrich and this machine which has the proper keys uploads
>>to SourceForge.
>>
>>The Windows failures seem to come from wine crashing. If a revision
>>succeeds two days in a row (which happens only sporadiccaly for windows)
>>it should be ok.
>>
>>The Raspbian machine was from Borut. His illness and eventual death last
>>year explain why it is no longer maintained.
>>
>>If I can get my hands on a Zynq-board I also intend to setup an ARM-based
>>machine. This could even introduce a new way of testing: not in a
>>simulator but on a softcore processor in the FPGA part of the Zynq.
>>
>>Maarten
>>
>>> 8. Are these machines owned by SDCC or sourceforge ?
>>>
>>> 9. Are they in a certral place, or anywhere in each developer's
>>> home/office?
>>>
>>> BTW: I am planing trying SDCC on arm-v7 boards. If ok, I can contribute
>>> one or two boards.
>>>
>>> Philipp Klaus Krause <pkk@spth.de>编写:
>>>
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>>>>On 10.06.2014 11:13, Ben Shi wrote:
>>>>> Hello,
>>>>>
>>>>> As a new developer, I have questions for the regresstion tests on
>>>>> the snapshot page.
>>>>>
>>>>> 1. Does a green star mean success, and a red one mean failure?
>>>>
>>>>Yes. When yu click on the star you can see the detailed results.
>>>>There are currently some problems, see below:
>>>>
>>>>> 2. As the same reversion (rev9031), why earlier tests succeeded,
>>>>> but later tests failed? This seems happen only on Windows 32 / 64.
>>>>> 3. For the same reversion on Windows, does one time success mean it
>>>>> is OK, and other failures can be omitted?
>>>>
>>>>There are spordic failures on the Widows systems that obody seems to
>>>>really know about the reason. It seems that this is not an sdcc bug
>>>>though, as the failures seem to happen in random places.
>>>>
>>>>> 4. Was the Raspbian platform no longer supported? I find that it
>>>>> stoped on September, 2013.
>>>>
>>>>I don't know. Maybe whoever maintained that machine took it down?
>>>>
>>>>> 5. Is the NetBSD on sparc64 supported any longer? I see SDCC
>>>>> always fails on it.
>>>>
>>>>It is supported. But the build machine is so slow, that it never
>>>>manages to execute all regression tests in time, so it essentially
>>>>fails due to running out of time (this issue has come up before, and
>>>>was then solved by no longer running all tests every day; instead we
>>>>now alterate between two sets of tests; but more tests were added over
>>>>time, and now the NetBSD machine is too slow again).
>>>>
>>>>> 6. Where can I see the result for OpenBSD? Since Philipp mentioned
>>>>> issues on it. Is it a official supported platform?
>>>>
>>>>We currently do not have an OpenBSD machine in the build farm. I just
>>>>installed OpenBSD on an old notebook (for other reasons), and once I
>>>>had an OpenBSD machine, I also used i to try to build sdcc there and
>>>>run the regression tests.
>>>>
>>>>> 7. Are there any plan for MacOS X 10.6 - 10.9? I am working on
>>>>> 10.9 currently, and SDCC is fine on it.
>>>>
>>>>I don't know.
>>>>
>>>>Philipp
>>>>
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