[cygwin] testsuite failure: FAIL: --entry 0x0

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[cygwin] testsuite failure: FAIL: --entry 0x0

Christian Joensson-2
Windows XP Pro/SP3 cygwin Intel Core2 Duo T9600@2.80GHz system with packages:

binutils             2.19.51-1      2.19.51.20090704
bison                2.3-1          2.3
cloog-ppl            0.15.3-1
cygwin               1.7.0-61
dejagnu              20021217-2     1.4.2.x
expect               20030128-1     5.26
gcc-ada              3.4.4-999
gcc-core             3.4.4-999
gcc-g++              3.4.4-999
gmp                  4.3.1-3
libcloog-devel       0.15.3-1
libgmp-devel         4.3.1-3
libmpfr-devel        2.4.1-4
libppl               0.10.2-1
make                 3.81-2
mpfr                 2.4.1-4
ppl                  0.10.2-1
ppl-devel            0.10.2-1
tcltk                20080420-1     8.4
w32api               3.13-1

LAST_UPDATED: Mon Sep 14 17:22:14 UTC 2009

/usr/local/src/trunk/objdir-binutils/ld/../gas/as-new    -o
tmpdir/dump0.o /usr/local/src/trunk/src/ld/testsuite/ld-undefined/dummy.s-binutils/ld/../gas/as-new
 -o tmpdir/dump0.o
/usr/local/src/trunk/src/ld/testsuite/ld-undefined/dummy.s 2>&1}
/dev/null ld.tmp (timeout = 300)/testsuite/ld-undefined  --entry 0x0
-o tmpdir/dump tmpdir/dump0.o ./ld-new
-L/usr/local/src/trunk/src/ld/testsuite/ld-undefined  --entry 0x0 -o
tmpdir/dump tmpdir/dump0.o  2>&1}  /dev/null ld.tmp (timeout =
300)rc/trunk/objdir-binutils/ld/../binutils/nm-new  -u tmpdir/dump >
tmp
dir/dump.out host: sh -c
{/usr/local/src/trunk/objdir-binutils/ld/../binutils/nm-new  -u
tmpdir/dump > tmpdir/dump.out 2>ld.tmp}  /dev/null  (timeout = 300)
extra lines in tmpdir/dump.out starting with "^         U .bss$"
EOF from /usr/local/src/trunk/src/ld/testsuite/ld-undefined/entry-7.d
FAIL: --entry 0x0
testcase /usr/local/src/trunk/src/ld/testsuite/ld-undefined/entry.exp
completed in 3 seconds/local/src/trunk/src/ld/testsuite/ld-undefined/undefined.exp
...

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Cheers,

/ChJ
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Re: [cygwin] testsuite failure: FAIL: --entry 0x0

Dave Korn-6
Christian Joensson wrote:

> LAST_UPDATED: Mon Sep 14 17:22:14 UTC 2009
>
> /usr/local/src/trunk/objdir-binutils/ld/../gas/as-new    -o
> tmpdir/dump0.o /usr/local/src/trunk/src/ld/testsuite/ld-undefined/dummy.s-binutils/ld/../gas/as-new
>  -o tmpdir/dump0.o
> /usr/local/src/trunk/src/ld/testsuite/ld-undefined/dummy.s 2>&1}
> /dev/null ld.tmp (timeout = 300)/testsuite/ld-undefined  --entry 0x0
> -o tmpdir/dump tmpdir/dump0.o ./ld-new
> -L/usr/local/src/trunk/src/ld/testsuite/ld-undefined  --entry 0x0 -o
> tmpdir/dump tmpdir/dump0.o  2>&1}  /dev/null ld.tmp (timeout =
> 300)rc/trunk/objdir-binutils/ld/../binutils/nm-new  -u tmpdir/dump >
> tmp
> dir/dump.out host: sh -c
> {/usr/local/src/trunk/objdir-binutils/ld/../binutils/nm-new  -u
> tmpdir/dump > tmpdir/dump.out 2>ld.tmp}  /dev/null  (timeout = 300)
> extra lines in tmpdir/dump.out starting with "^         U .bss$"
> EOF from /usr/local/src/trunk/src/ld/testsuite/ld-undefined/entry-7.d
> FAIL: --entry 0x0
> testcase /usr/local/src/trunk/src/ld/testsuite/ld-undefined/entry.exp
> completed in 3 seconds/local/src/trunk/src/ld/testsuite/ld-undefined/undefined.exp

  This is probably related to the current thread "ld -e number makes an entry
in symbol table".

    cheers,
      DaveK

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Re: [cygwin] testsuite failure: FAIL: --entry 0x0

H.J. Lu-30
In reply to this post by Christian Joensson-2
On Mon, Sep 14, 2009 at 10:41 AM, Christian Joensson
<[hidden email]> wrote:

> Windows XP Pro/SP3 cygwin Intel Core2 Duo T9600@2.80GHz system with packages:
>
> binutils             2.19.51-1      2.19.51.20090704
> bison                2.3-1          2.3
> cloog-ppl            0.15.3-1
> cygwin               1.7.0-61
> dejagnu              20021217-2     1.4.2.x
> expect               20030128-1     5.26
> gcc-ada              3.4.4-999
> gcc-core             3.4.4-999
> gcc-g++              3.4.4-999
> gmp                  4.3.1-3
> libcloog-devel       0.15.3-1
> libgmp-devel         4.3.1-3
> libmpfr-devel        2.4.1-4
> libppl               0.10.2-1
> make                 3.81-2
> mpfr                 2.4.1-4
> ppl                  0.10.2-1
> ppl-devel            0.10.2-1
> tcltk                20080420-1     8.4
> w32api               3.13-1
>
> LAST_UPDATED: Mon Sep 14 17:22:14 UTC 2009
>
> /usr/local/src/trunk/objdir-binutils/ld/../gas/as-new    -o
> tmpdir/dump0.o /usr/local/src/trunk/src/ld/testsuite/ld-undefined/dummy.s-binutils/ld/../gas/as-new
>  -o tmpdir/dump0.o
> /usr/local/src/trunk/src/ld/testsuite/ld-undefined/dummy.s 2>&1}
> /dev/null ld.tmp (timeout = 300)/testsuite/ld-undefined  --entry 0x0
> -o tmpdir/dump tmpdir/dump0.o ./ld-new
> -L/usr/local/src/trunk/src/ld/testsuite/ld-undefined  --entry 0x0 -o
> tmpdir/dump tmpdir/dump0.o  2>&1}  /dev/null ld.tmp (timeout =
> 300)rc/trunk/objdir-binutils/ld/../binutils/nm-new  -u tmpdir/dump >
> tmp
> dir/dump.out host: sh -c
> {/usr/local/src/trunk/objdir-binutils/ld/../binutils/nm-new  -u
> tmpdir/dump > tmpdir/dump.out 2>ld.tmp}  /dev/null  (timeout = 300)
> extra lines in tmpdir/dump.out starting with "^         U .bss$"
> EOF from /usr/local/src/trunk/src/ld/testsuite/ld-undefined/entry-7.d
> FAIL: --entry 0x0
> testcase /usr/local/src/trunk/src/ld/testsuite/ld-undefined/entry.exp
> completed in 3 seconds/local/src/trunk/src/ld/testsuite/ld-undefined/undefined.exp

There are no undefined symbol in this testcase. Where does undefined
.bss come from? It may be a PE specific bug.


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H.J.
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Re: [cygwin] testsuite failure: FAIL: --entry 0x0

Christian Joensson-2
2009/9/14 H.J. Lu <[hidden email]>:

> On Mon, Sep 14, 2009 at 10:41 AM, Christian Joensson
> <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> Windows XP Pro/SP3 cygwin Intel Core2 Duo T9600@2.80GHz system with packages:
>>
>> binutils             2.19.51-1      2.19.51.20090704
>> bison                2.3-1          2.3
>> cloog-ppl            0.15.3-1
>> cygwin               1.7.0-61
>> dejagnu              20021217-2     1.4.2.x
>> expect               20030128-1     5.26
>> gcc-ada              3.4.4-999
>> gcc-core             3.4.4-999
>> gcc-g++              3.4.4-999
>> gmp                  4.3.1-3
>> libcloog-devel       0.15.3-1
>> libgmp-devel         4.3.1-3
>> libmpfr-devel        2.4.1-4
>> libppl               0.10.2-1
>> make                 3.81-2
>> mpfr                 2.4.1-4
>> ppl                  0.10.2-1
>> ppl-devel            0.10.2-1
>> tcltk                20080420-1     8.4
>> w32api               3.13-1
>>
>> LAST_UPDATED: Mon Sep 14 17:22:14 UTC 2009
>>
>> /usr/local/src/trunk/objdir-binutils/ld/../gas/as-new    -o
>> tmpdir/dump0.o /usr/local/src/trunk/src/ld/testsuite/ld-undefined/dummy.s-binutils/ld/../gas/as-new
>>  -o tmpdir/dump0.o
>> /usr/local/src/trunk/src/ld/testsuite/ld-undefined/dummy.s 2>&1}
>> /dev/null ld.tmp (timeout = 300)/testsuite/ld-undefined  --entry 0x0
>> -o tmpdir/dump tmpdir/dump0.o ./ld-new
>> -L/usr/local/src/trunk/src/ld/testsuite/ld-undefined  --entry 0x0 -o
>> tmpdir/dump tmpdir/dump0.o  2>&1}  /dev/null ld.tmp (timeout =
>> 300)rc/trunk/objdir-binutils/ld/../binutils/nm-new  -u tmpdir/dump >
>> tmp
>> dir/dump.out host: sh -c
>> {/usr/local/src/trunk/objdir-binutils/ld/../binutils/nm-new  -u
>> tmpdir/dump > tmpdir/dump.out 2>ld.tmp}  /dev/null  (timeout = 300)
>> extra lines in tmpdir/dump.out starting with "^         U .bss$"
>> EOF from /usr/local/src/trunk/src/ld/testsuite/ld-undefined/entry-7.d
>> FAIL: --entry 0x0
>> testcase /usr/local/src/trunk/src/ld/testsuite/ld-undefined/entry.exp
>> completed in 3 seconds/local/src/trunk/src/ld/testsuite/ld-undefined/undefined.exp
>
> There are no undefined symbol in this testcase. Where does undefined
> .bss come from? It may be a PE specific bug.

any news on this on? it's still there...


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/ChJ
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Re: [cygwin] testsuite failure: FAIL: --entry 0x0

Dave Korn-6
Christian Joensson wrote:
>
> any news on this on? it's still there...

  Sorry about this, I'm completely tied up with two bootstrap-breaking GCC PRs
right now, not to mention the final prep for the next cygwin distro compiler
release, it's going to be the other side of the weekend before I can get back
to look at it.

    cheers,
      DaveK