[LLVMdev] Assuring ARM code quality in LLVM

Renato Golin rengolin at systemcall.org
Fri Apr 8 02:24:17 PDT 2011

On 8 April 2011 07:58, Duncan Sands <baldrick at free.fr> wrote:
> there are several idle ARM buildslaves.  There are the following slaves:

Hi Duncan,

I could find them on the page
http://google1.osuosl.org:8011/buildslaves but I couldn't tell they're
ARM. Where do I get this list?

Also, I believe they're testing llvm-gcc only (right?). The only
target that was testing LLVM was the one failing, and no target is
testing Clang.

I'd like to have at least one each. To cover the minimum requirements,
would be good to have {v5,v6,v7}x{linux,eabi}x{ARM,Thumb} where

I think the most important right now are at least one v5T, one A8 and
one M3, on both linux (v5, A8) and bare-metal, testing on both ARM and
Thumb(1 or 2) each.

Is there a way to schedule different tests on the same boards,
avoiding collision? Say, while LLVM test runs on A8 bare-metal, Clang
tests run on linux and vice versa.


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