Hello Bruno and all,

On Sun, Oct 16, 2016 at 4:43 AM, Bruno Haible <br...@clisp.org> wrote:
> 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?

I run automated testing for tarballs posted on [platform-testers] on
the following Free operating system, with x86-64 architecture:

  Debian 8.1, 7.6
  Ubuntu 16.04, 15.04, 14.04
  gNewSense 3.1 (~debian 6)
  Trisquel 7 (~ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS), 6.0.1 (~ubuntu 12.04 LTS)
  CentOS 7.0, 6.5
  Fedora 24, 23, 22
  OpenSUSE 13.2, 13.1
  OpenBSD 6.0, 5.9, 5.8,
  FreeBSD 11-p1, 10.3, 10, 9.3
  NetBSD 7.0, 6.1.4
  MirBSD 10
  GNU Hurd 0.7 (Hurd Kernel with Debian user-space) (32 bit)
  MINIX R 3.3.0 (32bit)
  Debian/kFreeBSD Deb7,kFreeBSD9 (GNU userspace with FreeBSD kernel)
  Alpine Linux 3.3.3 (Linux Kernel + musl-libc + busybox)

All the above are also available for download as preconfigured QEMU VMs here:
Testing results are posted here:

The following systems from GCC-compiler farm:
  AIX 1 (Powerpc)
  Ubuntu 14.04 (aarch64)
  Fedora 20 (ppc64)
  Fedora 21 (ppc64le)

The following using Travis-CI:
  Darwin 15.6.0 (x86_64)
  Darwin 14.5.0 (x86_64)
  Darwin 13.4.0 (x86_64)

The following from OpenCSW.org:
  Oracle SunOS 5.11 (sun4u)
  Oracle SunOS 5.10 (i86pc)
  Oracle SunOS 5.10 (sun4v)

Given a tarball that supports "./configure;make;make check", I run the
tests on all the above systems automatically.
However, that doesn't cover building from git (e.g. not
autoconf/automake/gcc-enable-warnings issues),
and only the default tests (e.g. no expensive tests).

I'm slowing planning to expand to more systems (e.g. more 32bit, more
compilers, arm on RPi, Cygwin, Midipix) but my current resources are a
bit limited...

 - assaf

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