On 16/10/16 12:43, Bruno Haible wrote:
> Hi all,
> Noticing that the new 'getprogname' module probably exhibits a compilation
> error on HP-UX, IRIX, OSF/1 (error "getprogname module not ported to this 
> OS"),
> I would like to update the list of supported platforms at
> https://www.gnu.org/software/gnulib/manual/html_node/Target-Platforms.html
> In particular, we need to update the list of platforms which are
> "frequently tested" vs. "occasionally tested" vs. "rarely tested".
> Can each of you please give a list of platforms to which you have access and
> on which you frequently or occasionally test gnulib modules?
> For me, it would be:
>   - glibc >= 2.15: frequently
>   - Mac OS X >= 10.5: occasionally
>   - Cygwin 2.6: occasionally
>   - mingw: occasionally
>   - AIX 7.1 (on https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/CompileFarm): rarely

It varies what I have access to. Currently I can access:

Arch Linux      armv7l
Solaris 10      sparc
Ubuntu 16.04    x86_64
FreeBSD 9.1     x86_64
OpenBSD 5.8     x86_64
Fedora 23       x86_64 <= My main machine
RHEL 6          x86_64

For the last coreutils release I have access to later versions
of OSX, FreeBSD, and aarch64 systems, but they're no longer available to me.

I haven't had access to the GCC compile farm for a while
as there doesn't look to be resources available to
install my new ssh key.


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