On Tue, 2018-03-13 at 20:55 +0100, Waldemar Brodkorb wrote:
> Hi Alexey,
> Alexey Brodkin wrote,
> > Hi Waldemar,
> > I see in commit e65912f8b2a6 ("rework most tests to work as standalone
> > package")
> > "tst-atomic" and "tst-atomic-long" were marked as disabled for all
> > architectures
> > as opposed to previously (in times of test-suite being a part of uClibc)
> > disabled
> > only for selected arches (IA64, MIPS and SPARC).
> > The only guess I have it was done due to inability to refer not-exported
> > "atomic.h".
> > Is that correct? But anyways I'm looking at a possibility to revive those
> > as they
> > might be of use especially in case of emulation of atomics.
> > Any thoughts on how that could be done?
> Should we export atomic.h again?
> The header is removed since
Probably not as this will open again a can with worms.
Fortunately I was able to get my problem understood and almost solved,
I guess you're on Cc list of that discussion here:
But then why don't we get rid of ./test/silly/tst-atomic*.c at all?
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