On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 11:46 AM, Janne Blomqvist <blomqvist.ja...@gmail.com> wrote: > 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 > > Hi, > > 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 > OpenCoarrays.
OpenCoarrays pull request: https://github.com/sourceryinstitute/OpenCoarrays/pull/508 -- Janne Blomqvist