Changes between Version 57 and Version 58 of GSoC/2017


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Jun 7, 2017, 2:49:29 PM (2 years ago)
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Cillian O'Donnell
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  • GSoC/2017

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    8585* May 24: So far I have made my way through 2014 SOCIS patches and have been working through python exercises to improve my skills. The next step revives the old SOCIS from 2015, which should produce a temporary setup with rtems-test using Couverture-Qemu and generating coverage reports. Currently the SOCIS 2015 patches are applied: Left to do is 8 files with 20 rejects, currently producing build errors in rtems-tools.
    8686* May 31: All SOCIS 2014,2015 patches are now applied and I fixed the initial build errors in covoar. Fixed some runtime errors in rtem-test and got a first run though RTEMS Tester that resulted in 446 invalid tests. All switched to dry-run due to errors in qemu.cfg. That has disappeared this morning by adding --coverage as the last flag. Problems at the moment are, some coverage code seems to run with or without the flag and Invalid path errors for SymbolSets.cfg that covoar uses.Next week I'll continue testing and fixing the runtime errors and if I get some decent test results start comparision with regular qemu for all supported bsps.
     87* June 7: Fixed the problem of coverage code running with or without the --coverage flag. Submitted patches updating quick-start docs for 4.12 release. Wrote a blog post. Took a detour into rtems-testing repo, tried to fix some build problems and get do_coverage running. At the moment I've started testing with no coverage. I have some reference results for xilinx_zynq_a9_qemu from the RSB built qemu and the Couverture tests all run into qemu.cfg errors. I found 2 problems causing these, there's a GLib warning 'custom memory allocation vtable not supported' that I found some patches to fix from mainline qemu. However they remove malloc tracing to solve the problem so I'm not sure if this is a good solution for our purposes. The other problem is 'qemu: hardware error: gic_cpu_write: Bad offset 100' which I'm looking into at the moment. Next week I'm continuing testing and hopefully start the RSB support.
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    8889== Denis Obrezkov ==