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#! /bin/sh
# (C) 1998 Free Software Foundation
# Originally by Alexandre Oliva <>
# This script is Free Software, and it can be copied, distributed and
# modified as defined in the GNU General Public License. A copy of
# its license can be downloaded from
# This scripts assumes it lives in the contrib directory of the egcs
# source tree, so it will find the testsuite tree from its location.
# If you move it elsewhere, or want to use another testsuite tree, you
# can override the defaults with --srcdir=/some/dir/egcs or
# --testsuite=/some/dir/egcs/gcc/testsuite. If you specify
# --testsuite, --srcdir will be ignored; otherwise, `/gcc/testsuite'
# will be appended to the srcdir.
# You may specify where the binaries to be tested should be picked up
# from. If you specify --prefix=/some/dir, gcc, g++ and g77 will be
# looked for at /some/dir/bin. Each one may be overridden by
# specifying --with-gcc=/pathname/to/gcc, --with-g++=/pathname/to/g++
# and --with-g77=/pathname/to/g77. If you specify --without-gcc,
# --without-g++ or --without-g77, the test for the specified program
# will be skipped. By default, gcc, g++ and g77 will be searched in
# the PATH.
# An additional argument may specify --tmpdir=/some/dir; by default,
# temporaries will be stored in the current directory, where the log
# files will be stored.
# The script will interpret arguments until it finds one it does not
# understand. The remaining ones will be passed to `runtest'. A
# double-dash can be used to explicitly separate the arguments to
# `test_installed' from the ones to `runtest'.
# This script should be run in an empty directory; it will refuse to
# run if it finds a file named site.exp in the current directory.
if test -f site.exp; then
echo site.exp already exists >&2
exit 1
while true; do
case "$1" in
--with-testsuite=*) testsuite=`echo "$1" | sed 's/[^=]*=//'`; shift;;
--srcdir=*) srcdir=`echo "$1" | sed 's/[^=]*=//'`; shift;;
--prefix=*) prefix=`echo "$1" | sed 's/[^=]*=//'`; shift;;
--with-gcc=*) GCC_UNDER_TEST=`echo "$1" | sed 's/[^=]*=//'`; shift;;
--with-g++=*) GXX_UNDER_TEST=`echo "$1" | sed 's/[^=]*=//'`; shift;;
--with-g77=*) G77_UNDER_TEST=`echo "$1" | sed 's/[^=]*=//'`; shift;;
--without-gcc) GCC_UNDER_TEST=no; shift;;
--without-g++) GXX_UNDER_TEST=no; shift;;
--without-g77) G77_UNDER_TEST=no; shift;;
--tmpdir=*) tmpdir=`echo "$1" | sed 's/[^=]*=//'`; shift;;
--help) cat <<\EOF
Runs the testsuite for an installed version of gcc/g++/g77
Copyright (C) 1998 Free Software Foundation
by Alexandre Oliva <>
Supported arguments:
--help prints this page
--with-testsuite=/some/dir/gcc/testsuite specify the testsuite directory
--srcdir=/some/dir same as --with-testsuite=/some/dir/gcc/testsuite
[deduced from shell-script pathname]
--prefix=/some/dir use gcc, g++ and g77 from /some/dir/bin [PATH]
--with-gcc=/some/dir/bin/gcc use specified gcc program [gcc]
--with-g++=/some/dir/bin/g++ use specified g++ program [g++]
--with-g77=/some/dir/bin/g77 use specified g77 program [g77]
--without-gcc do not run gcc testsuite
--without-g++ do not run g++ testsuite
--without-g77 do not run g77 testsuite
--tmpdir=/some/dir create temporaries and leave failed programs
at specified directory [.]
-- end of argument list; following arguments are passed to runtest
--) shift; break;;
*) break;;
if test x"${testsuite+set}" != x"set" && test x"${srcdir+set}" != x"set"; then
while [ -h $file ]; do
file=`ls -l $file | sed s/'.* -> '//`
srcdir=`CDPATH=. && cd \`echo "$file" | sed 's,/*[^/]*$,,;s,^$,.,'\`/.. >/dev/null && pwd`
cat >site.exp <<EOF
set tmpdir "${tmpdir-`pwd`}"
set srcdir "${testsuite-${srcdir}/gcc/testsuite}"
set GCC_UNDER_TEST "${GCC_UNDER_TEST-${prefix}${prefix+/bin/}gcc}"
set GXX_UNDER_TEST "${GXX_UNDER_TEST-${prefix}${prefix+/bin/}g++}"
set G77_UNDER_TEST "${G77_UNDER_TEST-${prefix}${prefix+/bin/}g77}"
test x"${GCC_UNDER_TEST}" = x"no" || runtest --tool gcc ${1+"$@"}
test x"${GXX_UNDER_TEST}" = x"no" || runtest --tool g++ ${1+"$@"}
test x"${G77_UNDER_TEST}" = x"no" || runtest --tool g77 ${1+"$@"}
exit 0