[LLVMdev] Assuring ARM code quality in LLVM
baldrick at free.fr
Thu Apr 7 23:58:53 PDT 2011
> I was recently investigating the build bot infrastructure and noticed
> that the arm-linux target is failing for quite a long time. I believe
> that it means ARM code is not executed all that often in LLVM tests,
> is that correct?
> We were wondering what kind of support we could give to make sure ARM
> code is correct and don't regress, specially before releases (I know
> it's a bit late for 2.9).
> We have thought about some routes:
> - Install some build slaves on our side, so you can test them (linux,
> bare-metal), if it's possible to cross-compile on build slaves.
there are several idle ARM buildslaves. There are the following slaves:
gcc35: # 1TB 0.8 GHz Freescale i.MX515 (ARM Cortex-A8) / 512 MB RAM
/ Efika MX Client Dev Board
gcc50: # 250G 0.6 GHz ARM XScale-80219 / 512 MB RAM / Thecus N2100 NAS
gcc55: # 250G 1.2 GHz ARM Feroceon 88FR131 (kirkwood) / 512 MB RAM /
gcc56: # 320G 1.2 GHz ARM Feroceon 88FR131 (kirkwood) / 512 MB RAM /
gcc57: # 320G 1.2 GHz ARM Feroceon 88FR131 (kirkwood) / 512 MB RAM /
I can give you access to these machines if you like (send me your public ssh
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