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== Dejagnu ==
 
== Dejagnu ==
  
Dejagnu (http://www.gnu.org/software/dejagnu/) is used by many GNU and other tools as a test environment, and must be installed on the host before running any of the tests.  
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Dejagnu (http://www.gnu.org/software/dejagnu/) is used by many GNU and other tools as a test environment, and must be installed on the host before running some of the tests below. Additional information for setting it up for a board with an Xtensa processor or for a simulator (ISS or QEMU) can be found under [[DejaGnu]].
 
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=== Xtensa ISS (simulator) ===
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Latest revision as of 22:26, 19 March 2013

Under Development

This page describes mechanisms to test the various architecture dependent software, such as toolchain and Linux kernel.

Contents

Dejagnu

Dejagnu (http://www.gnu.org/software/dejagnu/) is used by many GNU and other tools as a test environment, and must be installed on the host before running some of the tests below. Additional information for setting it up for a board with an Xtensa processor or for a simulator (ISS or QEMU) can be found under DejaGnu.


Binutils

GCC

GlibC

Using Crosstool-NG

${CROSSTOOL}/.build/xtensa-unknown-linux-gnu/buildtools/bin

GDB

Kernel (LTP)

While the kernel itself doesn't come with any extensive test suite, the Linux Test Project - LTP (http://ltp.sourceforge.net/) provides an