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From "Geir Magnusson Jr." <g...@pobox.com>
Subject Re: [drlvm][build] exclude files for kernel tests
Date Tue, 21 Nov 2006 18:07:45 GMT
ok - I'm fixed this to have a set of excludes for opt, jet and int - on 
x86_64, they turn out to be different.

So now, you can run linux x86_64 in the no-fork mode, and it runs to 
completion.

On to "no regressions" :)

I'm going to look at the smoke tests now and try to do the same thing.

geir


Geir Magnusson Jr. wrote:
> I just checked in a change to the drlvm test system that uses external 
> exclude files, delineated by platform.  (I just realized that I need to 
> also separate by jit/opt/int as well, as we have that distinction on 
> x86_64 linux.  I'll do that in a sec)
> 
> The idea is that in make/excludes are files for each os/arch and soon 
> jit.  It uses the same nomenclature as in classlib, and in fact the 
> build now 'reaches over' and imports the properties.xml file from 
> classlib build so we don't have more than open copy of that code around.
> 
> Note that these tokens are different than what we'd using in DRLVM 
> traditionally, but we need to converge and this is a first, harmless 
> step.  I'll be slowly trying to switch DRLVM over to that token set for 
> arch and OS.
> 
> I've tested on linux x86 and now testing on x86_64.  if someone could 
> simply give it a whirl on windows, I'd be mighty obliged
> 
> geir

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