[rtems commit] sptests/sp37: Add ISR set/get level tests

Gedare Bloom gedare at rtems.org
Mon Aug 12 13:20:20 UTC 2013

the organization and naming of the sptests is a mess to figure out
what tests are testing. i think there was some effort by the testing
framework student last year to work on this spaghetti of test cases..
I much prefer at the very least to give the test a meaningful name as
Sebastian suggested with spbitfield01. We should consider refactoring
and renaming all of the numerically-named tests.

On Mon, Aug 5, 2013 at 9:21 AM, Joel Sherrill <Joel.Sherrill at oarcorp.com> wrote:
> Maybe a minor update to the Porting Guide to point out which tests go with which parts of the porting process.
> Sebastian Huber <sebastian.huber at embedded-brains.de> wrote:
> On 2013-08-05 15:21, Joel Sherrill wrote:
>> At one point I had a set of porting tests which did not require an entire RTEMS build environment. Something like this was part of it. I also had some bit field tests and a few others.
>> Should tests that exercise CPU specific code be in a single collection?
> I think that specific tests for all the low level CPU specific code would be a
> great help for all porting RTEMS to a new architecture.  Its so easy to get the
> bit field stuff wrong.  I would use one test for a specific area, e.g.
> spbitfield01.
> The sp37 seemed to be the right place for all the ISR related stuff.
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