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The following table is automatically generated along the week by building ECL on different machines and running it against Paul Dietz's ANSI test suite. This table is mostly intended for the ECL maintainers, as external incidences (i.e. failures in SourceForge, out of date copies of CVS, etc) might cause breakage in the build/test process.
Op. System Processor Flags Builds ANSI test results Last run
OpenBSDx86(*)(gc) YES 32 out of 21668 [full] 2006-07-21 23:00
NetBSD 3.0x86(*)(1) YES 37 out of 21346 [full] 2006-04-05 23:00
FreeBSD 6.0x86(*)(1) YES 24 out of 21668 [full] 2006-06-30 09:28
Mac OSX 10.2 SEPPC(1) YES 34 out of 21668 [full] 2006-06-29 20:00
Linux, Red Hat 9.0x86(2) YES 54 out of 21668 [full] 2006-10-09 00:00
Linux, Red Hat 9.0x86(mt) YES 54 out of 21668 [full] 2006-10-09 02:00
Windows, VC++ 6.0x86(3) YES 22 out of 21342 [full] unknown
Linux, Ubuntu 5.10AMD64(2) YES 42 out of 21668 [full] 2006-10-23 23:00

Flags used

(*) Running in QEMU.

(1) ./configure

(2) ./configure --with-tcp

(mt) ./configure --with-tcp --enable-threads

(gc) ./configure --with-tcp --disable-boehm

(3) cd msvc; nmake


You will notice that the number ANSI tests failed changes from platform to platform. This is mostly depends on the accuracy of the C library when printing/reading extremely small floating point numbers, or, for instance, on the definition of epsilon given by the library.


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