[LLVMdev] 1.8 Pre-Release Ready for Testing

Chandler Carruth chandlerc at gmail.com
Wed Aug 2 04:48:45 PDT 2006

I will be happy to run x86 / linux test. I will build both llvm-gcc and llvm
from source, and do so where objdir != srcdir for both builds. I will try
and run all the test suites as well.

Hope this helps,
-Chandler Carruth

On 8/1/06, Tanya M. Lattner <tonic at nondot.org> wrote:
> I've put the pre-release tar balls here:
> http://llvm.org/prereleases/1.8/
> I'm asking for help to test this release and to review documentation. If
> anyone can spare some time to help out, I would really appreciate it. The
> more people that test, the better this release will be.
> Quick Summary of Important Dates:
> August 7th - All documentation reviewed and changes checked in.
> August 8th - All testing completed.
> August 9th - Release
> As a reminder, please do not check in any code changes directly into the
> branch. Email me with a link to the patch and I will merge the
> changes in (if deemed necessary for the release). At this point, we should
> only have minor bug fixes merged in. Anything major will require delaying
> the release.
> Please check in any documentation changes to both mainline and the branch
> by August 7th (6PM PDT). Chris will also be sending out the Release Notes
> for review in the next few days.
> For testing, we would like a mix of people to do x86 and ppc. Please send
> email to the list if you plan to test, what architecture, and if you will
> use the llvm-gcc binary or compile it yourself. That way, I know who to
> expect results from.
> Here are some basic testing guidelines.
> 1) Build and install llvmgcc, or use the binary.
> 2) Build llvm. It would be great if some could do objdir != srcdir and
> vice versa. You could also try doing a make install.
> 3) Once everything is ready, run make check (report results)
> 4) If you have time, it would be nice to run the tests in llvm-test.
>     Report results or have them directly reported using the new nightly
>     tester.
> Thanks,
> Tanya
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