|Verifying a compiler firstname.lastname@example.org (Steven Carroll) (2000-06-14)|
|Re: Verifying a compiler email@example.com (2000-06-20)|
|Re: Verifying a compiler firstname.lastname@example.org (Taylor Hutt) (2000-06-20)|
|Re: Verifying a compiler email@example.com (2000-06-22)|
|Re: Verifying a compiler firstname.lastname@example.org (David Somers) (2000-06-22)|
|Re: Verifying a compiler email@example.com (Eric Christopher) (2000-06-27)|
|Re: Verifying a compiler firstname.lastname@example.org (Robert A Duff) (2000-06-27)|
|Re: Verifying a compiler email@example.com (Iain A F Fleming) (2000-06-30)|
|Re: Verifying a compiler firstname.lastname@example.org (2000-06-30)|
|[1 later articles]|
|From:||Taylor Hutt <email@example.com>|
|Date:||20 Jun 2000 02:49:33 -0400|
Steven Carroll <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I'm looking for a test suite to insure the correctness of a compiler
> that handles C, C++, Fortran, and Java with emphasis on C and FORTRAN.
> Does anyone have any experience using GCC's test suite with a
> different compiler? Can anyone reccomend a more directed suite?
Plum Hall (language compilance)
There is a competitor to Plum Hall, but I can't remember the name
Nullstone (optimizations / code generation)
> FORTRAN anyone?
[When I wrote an F77 compiler 20 years ago, there were some tests from
NTIS which weren't great but at least picked out some of the more
egregious errors in my compiler. -John]
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