A Rafael D Teixeira
Mon, 19 Jul 2004 12:24:44 -0300
On Mon, 2004-07-19 at 11:01, joão paulo wrote:
> I’ve been talking to Rafael and he told me that a good beginner
> trial is to write as many test as possible…so I want to know if is
> there anyone writing test to the compiler?
Anirban writes many tests, see in the /mcs/btests directory. We have a
makefile there that runs 3 lists of tests, sources that should not
compile, sources that should compile but should not run correctly, and
sources that should compile and run flawlessly.
> If the answer is yes, please let me know how can I help.
The source files' names try to allude to what they are testing. But you
may have to read everyone to really what part of the syntax they are
testing. What we may need is to make like in /mcs/tests, and have the
'do not compile' list to be organized around the error number every
source is expected to get from the compiler. I think that is a good
'scavenger' job to begin.
> Otherwise, I will start with the preprocessor directives.
Some of them really aren't well-tested
> Best regards,
Rafael "Monoman" Teixeira
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