[LLVMdev] Problem in External/SPEC/CFP2000/177.mesa/Makefile ?

Dale Johannesen dalej at apple.com
Wed Dec 23 20:22:35 PST 2009

On Dec 23, 2009, at 6:26 PM, Julien Lerouge wrote:

> Hello folks,
> The makefile for 177.mesa says that for a small problem size, it will
> get 100 frames. But in the spec sources I have, the test folder only
> contains numbers for 10 frames:
> $ speccpu2000/benchspec/CFP2000/177.mesa/data $ wc -l test/input/ 
> numbers
>      10 test/input/numbers
> Generating 100 frames causes undefined behaviour because the program  
> is
> doing unchecked fscanf on that "numbers" file.
> Is my version of spec wrong ?

What you say is true in the version I have.

> If not, can we apply the attached patch ?

I don't think it's ideal.  There are 3 input sets, not 2, that's the  
root of the problem:

ifndef RUN_TYPE
RUN_TYPE := test
RUN_TYPE := ref
RUN_TYPE := train

100 is a fine value for "train".  I think it's better to test both  
variables in the mesa Makefile.

(IMO controlling a ternary variable with 2 booleans is not the right  
way to do it, btw.)

> Thanks,
> Julien
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