[Ecls-list] Project status
david.kirkby at onetel.net
Wed Dec 8 13:35:19 UTC 2010
If you want to add an OpenSolaris 06/2009 machine to your buildbot, I
can do it. This is a real 3.33 GHz machine, not a virtual one. It's
currently used as a buildbot client for Sage, but you are welcome to
use it too. Just let me know a username - anything except "buildbot",
as that's in use.
t2.math is now working ok now - the setup has changed a bit, but its
For 64-bit Solaris builds, it would be good if you can verify if
libecl has any text relocation issues. The easiest way to do that is
On 8 December 2010 10:29, Juan Jose Garcia-Ripoll
<juanjose.garciaripoll at googlemail.com> wrote:
> I am spending a lot of time in the automated tests right now. Back to the
> use of virtualbox, I had to work hard on optimizing it to avoid having 6
> virtual machines running all the time. Now it seems VirtualBox has become
> very reliable and it is possible to launch and poweroff virtual images just
> for running a single ECL build, what makes it possible to keep the whole
> process in a smaller computer. In addition to this I got temporary access to
> a cluster running on PPC, and on Itanium, but these become quite frequently
> off-line (they are very unreliable), a failure condition which again I
> managed to include in the tests.
> The status:
> * Two typos have been fixed which only affected the 32-bit tests and
> particular compilers.
> * About 10 new errors popped up in the pretty printer, and I am working on
> them. I suspect they are due to some patches I accepted recently.
> * The addition of the PPC/32bit platform showed that there are still some
> issues with floating point signals. I suspect we will have to drop all use
> of feenableexcept() and rely on fenv.h where available.
> * Again for the PPC, there are some problems with floating point accuracy,
> and I still do not know whether they are related to the C library, the
> compiler or to ECL.
> The goal:
> * Restore automated tests of Axiom, Maxima, and some libraries.
> * Fix those fixes, and no more.
> * Produce a release before the end of the month.
> Instituto de Física Fundamental, CSIC
> c/ Serrano, 113b, Madrid 28006 (Spain)
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