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Re: [Bug-dejagnu] Dejagnu and parallel make tests of gcc

From: Fernando Nasser
Subject: Re: [Bug-dejagnu] Dejagnu and parallel make tests of gcc
Date: Wed, 25 Sep 2002 11:49:20 -0400
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Rob Savoye wrote:> On Tue, Sep 24, 2002 at 05:14:02PM +0100, Richard Earnshaw 

Ok, first question. Is the copy of dejagnu on sources.redhat.com (the one in gdb) the master copy these days, or is there some other mailing list for dejagnu framework patches?

The official sources are on Savannah. www.gnu.org/software/dejagnu should
get you there. I do believe sources.redhat.com has recently been synced up
with the master repository at the FSF. But these two repositories are usually
reasonably close to each other.

Yes, except for one baseboard file and configuration they are the same
(some blank lines and space differences which I will get rid of after Rob finishes with the dejagnu release).

The second patch is to the dejagnu framework itself and ensures that when we transfer the object to the (potentially remote) host we use a filename that will not conflict with any other -- in this case I've chosen ${tool}_tg.o, which should be fairly safe.

Looks safe to me. I'll check it in after the DejaGnu 1.4.3 release
happens over the next day or so. (I hope) I'm just trying to get my
release files uploaded to the FSF still... then it's done.

It is OK with me as well.  Please check it in sources.redhat.com

Fernando Nasser
Red Hat - Toronto                       E-Mail:  address@hidden
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