zack_on_the_speed_chanel at protonmail.ch
Mon Mar 29 20:11:29 UTC 2021
Sorry that assumption was very native of me that i didn't have a working baseline. Joel said that the erc32 was similar to the leon bsp
The ERC32 what's the first space hardened sparc processor. The leon3 is a
later processor in the same family. Both use the same build of GCC and are
just different bsps. In fact both run on the same sis simulator. "
I also though that the bsps were the same and I can work on the issue with only the erc32 BSP. I have one more question: when i run the hello world test. All the test files are within one specific directory and I don't see the executables for specific bsps that's why i thought all tests would be built (there would not be any specific considerations for bsps) .
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On Monday, March 29, 2021 2:45 PM, Gedare Bloom <gedare at rtems.org> wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 28, 2021 at 1:26 PM zack_on_the_speed_chanel
> zack_on_the_speed_chanel at protonmail.ch wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > I'm updating on what' i've found out with the issue (forgot to reply all) . Joel recommended me check the coverage for the leon BSP( to check if it's supported) and i found that the branch with CLOCK_MONOTONIC was not reached I think now that it's supported (because the annotated assembly is in the sparc instruction set). I also found out that the test would be similar to Psxclock02 and it runs the same tests on a different clock. Then I tried to build the psxclock02 test , change the create_clock to have the clock_monotonic argument and i didn't see the executable or any change in the ./waf build. Then I was suggested that you have to enable all tests some how? How do i enable all tests?
> Do you use something like: ./waf bsp_defaults ---rtems-bsp=leon3 > config.ini
> Then, take a look, BUILD_TESTS and BUILD_PSXTESTS are two options that
> if either is True it should build psxclock02.
> When you write code, you should first make sure you can build the code
> as it exists if it is supposed to work, and run it to see that it
> works. Then you should make changes from a working baseline. Otherwise
> when you get a problem, how do you know if the problem is your
> problem, or it already existed?
> > Thanks
> > Zack
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