source builder issue (unstable: expat-2.1.0-1 missing)

Karel Gardas karel.gardas at
Sun Mar 23 20:30:36 UTC 2014

On 03/19/14 02:19 AM, Chris Johns wrote:
>> For me stable is perfectly OK! What I just need to find out is the most
>> stable LEON3/SPARC/RTEMS toolchain.
> It depends if you need SMP or not. I think SMP needs a release branch.
> Sebastian knows the specifics. I am waiting for the 4.8 branch release
> to happen.

Should this be 4.11 release? I.e. typo 4.8->4.11?

>> What you guys generally prefer some
>> LEON3/FPGA board or some simulator for it? I'm asking since I've tested
>> SIS BSP both with RTEMS tester's sis and sis-run bsp and the results are
>> different:
>> sis:
>> Passed: 465
>> Failed: 3
>> Timeouts: 6
>> Invalid: 1
>> -------------
>> Total: 475
>> sis-run:
>> Passed: 197
>> Failed: 272
>> Timeouts: 3
>> Invalid: 3
>> -------------
>> Total: 475
>> The RTEMS tools built with source-builder on Sunday, the RTEMS code
>> obtained from git also on Sunday. Is this perhaps some issue with
>> command line sis tool I've already noted in this email thread?
> Interesting and thanks for using the rtems-test command. There is a
> patch about for the SPARC simulator to fix the output. I am not sure if
> this is included in the gdb build. What is the error ? The log should
> list the details of the tests that are in error. I should mention the
> number of concurrent tests running can effect the results. It is
> typically safe to have a test per core and you can go higher but there
> may be failures.

I think I just run tests with simple make not using any -jX option. Shall I?

The error is this:

[karel at centos sis-bsp]$ sparc-rtems4.11-sis

  SIS - SPARC instruction simulator 2.7.5,  copyright Jiri Gaisler 1995
  Bug-reports to jgais at

sis> load ./sparc-rtems4.11/c/sis/testsuites/samples/hello/hello.exe
sis> go
resuming at 0x02000000

Hello World
IU in error mode (257)
    128835  02001f38  91d02000  Address 0x0000000002001f38 is out of bounds.


I mean this "IU in error mode (257)
    128835  02001f38  91d02000  Address 0x0000000002001f38 is out of 
bounds." message...


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