[PATCH] tester: Expand special case for minimum.exe

Joel Sherrill joel at rtems.org
Thu May 27 00:06:15 UTC 2021

On Wed, May 26, 2021, 7:03 PM Chris Johns <chrisj at rtems.org> wrote:

> On 26/5/21 1:52 am, Kinsey Moore wrote:
> > The minimum.exe test case is expected to fail as an "invalid" test in
> > the tester since it is completely stripped down and does not output the
> > normal test header and footer. When fatal error detection support was
> > added, this caught minimum.exe and started flagging it as "fatal"
> > instead of "invalid". The special-case detection of minimum.exe only
> > matched on "invalid" results and not "fatal" results and so began
> > flagging minimum.exe as an actual failure.>
> > This change adds the special-case handling to the "fatal" test state
> > handling.
> Is this the right solution?
> Is minimum.exe suppose to run and not fail? It would seem easy to make a
> minimum.exe with nothing in it, ie minimal, that seems to pass. It would
> make
> great marketing material.
> What happens if minimum fails? I feel minimum needs to be able to run and
> not
> fail to be a valid minimum.

It is an empty thread body that doesn't print. I suppose we could add
rtems_shutdown_executive(0) if that helps

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