On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 2:36 AM, Damian Rouson
<dam...@sourceryinstitute.org> wrote:
> Hi Janne,
> To be more specific, the new OpenCoarrays test failures after applying the
> patch are the following ones:
>  image_fail_test_1 (Timeout)
>  image_fail_and_sync_test_2 (Timeout)
>  image_fail_and_sync_test_3 (Timeout)
>  image_fail_and_get_test_1 (Timeout)
> There are four.  I was mistaken when I wrote that there are three.
> Damian
> On February 21, 2018 at 12:56:05 PM, Janne Blomqvist
> (blomqvist.ja...@gmail.com) wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 21, 2018 at 10:18 PM, Damian Rouson
> <dam...@sourceryinstitute.org> wrote:
>> On February 21, 2018 at 11:35:47 AM, Janne Blomqvist
>> (blomqvist.ja...@gmail.com(mailto:blomqvist.ja...@gmail.com)) wrote:
>>> PING
>>> Is anybody planning to work on this on the opencoarrays side? Or do
>>> you prefer that this is just committed and you can sort it out on your
>>> own schedule?
>> Hi Janne,
>> The trunk didn’t build for me the first time I tried soon after your
>> initial email and it took me until yesterday to find time to try again. Once
>> I succeeded, the patch created three new test failures. I’m wondering if
>> Andre’s recent patch (r257813) helped reduce the number. All new failures
>> involve the failed-images features developed by Alessandro and Andre, both
>> of whom now have new employment or contracts that prevent making significant
>> contributions to OpenCoarrays (although I hope that will change and am
>> working with Alessandro’s organization to attempt to get some of his time
>> allocated to gfortran/OpenCoarrays development).
>> I think the most sustainable path forward is for me to assist any
>> interested gfortran developer in building OpenCoarrays on your local system
>> and running the test suite. At least that eliminates the reliance on
>> OpenCoarrays developers to run the tests every time a patch impacts
>> OpenCoarrays. If we can work together on building OpenCoarrays on your
>> system, we can also look together at the requisite changes to see if we can
>> eliminate the failures.
>> Oxford University Ph.D. student Daniel Garza visit Sourcery Institute
>> March 17 - June 2 to integrate the building of OpenCoarrays into the GCC
>> build system so I hope this will all be easier sooner.
> Ok, I'll see if I find the time to get opencoarrays built.
> --
> Janne Blomqvist


I managed to build and test OpenCoarrays. I committed a slightly
enlarged patch (I needed to fix STOP and ERROR STOP in libgfortran as
well to make everything consistent) as r257894. I'll shortly send out
the pull request with the corresponding changes needed in

Janne Blomqvist

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